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Policyholders usually encounter disputes in their insurance claims over the value of their damaged or lost items. This disagreement between policyholders and insurance companies often results in delays in the process. 

Are you considering an appraisal for insurance claims? Or have you been through appraisal? The insurance company will have experienced attorneys working behind the scenes to protect their interests during this process. Shouldn’t you?

What is an Appraisal?

An appraiser for the purposes of the appraisal process in an insurance policy is not the same "appraiser" used to give an estimated value of a home or business. In the appraisal process under insurance policies, an appraiser for insurance claims is someone who is qualified to give an opinion as to how much damage there is to property and how much it would cost to repair or replace the damaged property. Appraisers are often insurance adjusters, public adjusters, contractors, building consultants, or engineers.