Montana Public Adjuster

Montana Public Adjuster Insurance Claim Assistance

Prime Adjustments has licensed Montana public adjusters assisting insureds across the Treasure State. One of our owners lives in Bozeman and is a graduate of Montana State, so you can be sure that when you reach out to Prime Adjustments you will have a local Montana public adjuster to assist you with your claim. Serving the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman, Big Sky, Billings and beyond, Prime Adjustments has the local knowledge and resources to ensure your damaged property is brought back to pre-loss condition swiftly.

While Montana is blessed with a wide array of beautiful terrain and landscapes, it also has adverse range of unpredictable and sometimes severe weather conditions. These weather extremes can pose a threat to property, oftentimes causing damage ranging from minor inconveniences to catastrophic losses. Below is a list of the top 5 most common property claims in Montana.

Top 5 Property Insurance Claims In Montana

    1. Hail Damage: Montana’s volatile weather is prone to severe thunderstorms that produce large hail, especially during the spring and summer months. Typically occurring in the afternoons and evenings, these Hailstorms can produce large stones with the capability of causing extensive damage to roofs, siding, windows, and vehicles, making hail damage one of the most frequent property insurance claims in the state.

    2. Wind Damage: While the average number of tornadoes that impact Montana is a paltry 2, strong winds including gusts associated with thunderstorms and winter storms do occur quite frequently.  These straight-line wind events regularly result in roof shingle loss, siding damage, and fallen trees or branches across all parts of Montana.

    3. Water Damage: Whether the source is burst pipes, plumbing leaks, or weather-related events like heavy rainfall or snow melt causing flooding, water losses are some of the most frequently claimed damages nationwide and Montana is no exception.  These types of losses are often far more wide reaching than the damage they present, and can result in subsequent mold damage to be addressed.  It is important to have an experienced contractor and policy expert to make sure all damages are covered and addressed.

    4. Fire Damage: While not as common as some weather-related claims, wildfires and accidental fires cause damage in Montana. Fire damage claims nearly always involve some level of destruction to homes, outbuildings, and personal belongings. While wildfires are a looming threat annually, accidental fires occur year-round. Because of historically cold wind winters and cooler summers (we know it still gets hot!) many homes in Montana are not equipped with forced air systems relying on fireplaces, wood stoves, and baseboard units for heat. This leads to higher propensity for accidental fires occurring in Montana homes.

    5. Snow and Ice Damage: Montana’s harsh and snow-filled winters regularly produce claims filed as a result of snow and ice damage. These claims include roof collapses due to heavy snow accumulation, ice dams causing roof leaks, or damage caused by ice storms. While collapses and weight of snow/ice claims are often more catastrophic than ice damming, the latter has become a more prevalent problem in recent years for Montana residents. Additionally, the full extent of the damage is often harder to see and quantify.

Montana Public Adjuster Insurance Claim HelpWhy Hire A Montana Public Adjuster?

Property insurance claims can be complex and difficult to navigate.  When your property is affected by damage you must follow the duties after a loss provided in your insurance policy, document and substantiate your claim and prove your loss.  Our Montana public adjusters take the burden off you to comply with your insurance policy and settle your property insurance claim for the amount you are entitled to.  You’ve paid your premiums, now it’s time you recover the proper amount to restore your property back to a pre-loss condition.

How We Assist Montana Contractors

Collaboration between a Montana contractor and our Montana public adjuster is a symbiotic relationship that combines expertise and resources to benefit a property owner. By recommending a public adjuster when a customer has a job to restore damage tied to an insurance claim, contractors can focus on what they do best, restoring properties to their pre-loss condition while the public adjuster navigates the coverage, representation, and resolution of the claim. The public adjuster can take the burden (overhead and time) of dealing with the claim off of the contractor to allow them to focus on acquiring and performing more work. Together, they form a formidable team that ensures efficient, cost-effective, and successful property restoration projects. If you’re a Montana contractor, consider partnering with a reputable public adjuster to enhance your ability to deliver exceptional results while minimizing the headaches often associated with insurance claims.


What Can I Do If My Home Insurance Company Denied My Claim In Montana?

Many times, a property insurance claim that was denied can be overturned.  It depends on the facts and the details of your insurance policy.  Have a Montana public adjuster review your denial letter and the facts to ensure it’s a proper denial.  Property insurance claims are denied for a variety of reasons.  Some of the most common are insurance misrepresentation, the property insurance claim is time barred, underinsured and not having proper coverage or simply the loss is not covered under the policy.  It doesn’t cost you anything to have our Montana public adjuster give a second opinion and review the denial letter and your policy to ensure the denial was proper.

Contact Us Today for a Free Montana Public Adjuster Consultation

Contact us today for a free no obligation Montana public adjuster consultation and take the first step towards securing a fair and just settlement for your property insurance claim. After this consultation we will provide the best course of action.  Even if Prime Adjustments is not the right fit for your situation, we will properly advise you what course of action is recommended.  We take care of our clients like they are family.

Taylor Bezek is a resident public adjuster in Montana.  Why is this important?  There are only a couple licensed public adjusters that reside in Montana and Taylor is one of them.  It is important to research who you are hiring when selecting the best representation needed for your loss.  When researching a Montana public adjuster you can check their license at THE OFFICE OF THE MONTANA STATE AUDITOR, COMMISSIONER OF SECURITIES AND INSURANCE.


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