This is a typical example of an insurance settlement gone wrong. Unfortunately they were not represented by a public adjuster and got the screwing from Insurance company. I have just been hired to take on the big guy and get these nice people what they rightfully deserve. New siding and ...
FEMA Certified Claims Review. As part of my continued commitment to help service the public, I continue to educate myself on any new policies and procedures FEMA and the Insurance claims industry have. I am available 24/7 for any questions or to help you evaluate your situation. I excel in organ...Read More
FEMA Certified Customer Service. At times of crisis of flood or other disaster, homeowners need a source to rely on. With over 40 years experience serving the public for their Insurance, Real Estate, I am a phone call away to help answer any questions you may have to help the Claims process go sm...Read More
This is a typical case of the insurance company ripping off a homeowner. This claim should be upwards of 25k. The insurance company estimate came in below their deductible. There is more damage other than what you see here. Don't let this happen to you. If you believe your insurance company did t...Read More
Many homeowners affected by flood losses in and around my community find it very difficult to navigate the FEMA NFIP program. I have become certified in compliance and can help you through this difficult time.
Fireplace exhaust melted siding on the home. There was also damage from a recent BBQ Flashup. Result, All new siding.
I take every precaution to protect myself and you during this crisis. Masks, Distancing, Disinfectant.
Tropical Storm Isaias. Perkasie, Sellersville got hit hard. This was a FEMA flood policy. Anyone needing help with their claim, call me or email me email@example.com
- P. DI recently had a major loss due to a water heater malfunction in my basement that virtually ruined everything in my basement cave. i had just completed the finishing touches from a year long renovation and sure enough my water heater blows, discharging more water than you ever could imagine.I contacted my insurance carrier and although initially responsive, things came to almost a complete standstill when I had three contractors give me estimates. The highest estimate was $33,000 and the lowest came in at 23,500. Claims examiner for my insurance company cuts me a check for $7,500. I'm not terrific at math but even I could see I was going to be a little short on funds. So after repeated attempts on my part to contact claims guy assigned to my case I could never get him on phone, or to even return my calls. So I contacted Joe from Panzarella Public Adjusters and he came out the very day I called him and right away I could see this gentleman knew what he was talking about. He assumed ...
- justine yWe recently noticed some home damage that needed repair (that we thought the homeowners insurance should certainly pay for). We googled local public adjusters and Joe's name was the only one that popped up. He came to assess our damage and gave us his professional opinion in the matter and that we did indeed have a case. He did his work-up and submitted to the insurance company. When insurance adjuster came out, he agreed with everything Joe had found!! He and his wife are so very nice and treat you like family. He makes himself readily accessible and is eager to educate us on every step of the process. A very pleasurable experience all the way around!! We are so blessed to have found him to help us!