Prepared for Beckway | Delivered August 22, 2021
Residential Public Adjuster Market
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To provide the size (in USD) of the residential public adjuster market in the US.
Initial research indicates that the data availability for this request is low in the public domain. Hence, we have pivoted the research to look for other helpful information relevant to the project goals. This is reflected in our findings and in the scoping options below.
Independent Adjusters Handling Residential Claims/Losses
#1: Pride Public Adjusters, Inc.
The Website can be found
, Pride Adjusters is headquartered in
, with about 40 regional offices.
Pride Public Adjusters offer
private insurance claims assistance
to residential property homeowners with an insured loss due to fire, water/flood, hurricane, storm, hail, smoke, earthquake, content loss, and theft damage claims.
The company's team of experts works to help
the entire residential losses/claims of policyholders.
#2: Tutwiler & Associates
The website can be found
Tutwiler & Associates is headquartered in
, with offices in Orlando, Hollywood, Palm City, FL; Dallas, TX; and Pittsburgh, PA.
Tutwiler & Associates is a public insurance adjuster that handles
residential insurance claim adjustments
, including residential claims of all sizes for single-family homes, townhomes, condominium unit owners, and apartment residents.
They also work with condominium and
and their property managers to manage property claims that impact common areas.
They work to obtain the
maximum claims settlement
under the policy provisions so policyholders can be paid to recover as quickly as possible.
#3: United Public Adjusters & Appraisers, Inc.
The website can be found
United Public Adjusters & Appraisers is headquartered in
, with offices in about
United Public Adjusters & Appraisers, through their knowledgeable and experienced public adjusters,
manage and settle
residential claims for policyholders
"They are licensed and bonded and have experience in
arising from frozen pipes, sprinkler failures, water overflow, hail, snow weight, ice damming, fire, wind, mold, vandalism, theft, collapse, damage by adjacent construction, and business interruption from a covered loss."
Within the first hour of research, we found that the data availability regarding the US residential public adjuster market is extremely low. Additionally, market information, such as industry trends, market dynamics, top players, and growth factors relevant to the category appears to be scarce.
Based on the above fact, we shifted the focus of the project and have provided a list of public adjusters that handle residential losses/claims in the early findings.
Since there are multiple public adjusters that operate in the residential space, we propose further research to identify more of them.
For all our proposals, we'll focus on the US.