Adjuster Blog

Vacation Preparation

Vacation Preparation: Unoccupied Homes Are an Increased Risk for Theft, Vandalism, Fire, and Water Damage   Summertime means vacation, but did you know that unoccupied homes are at an increased risk for theft, vandalism, fire, and water damage? Like most things in life, the best protection is preparation. Taking a few simple precautions before you … Continue reading Vacation Preparation

Water Damage

With the winter snows melting and the spring rains not far behind, now is a good time to address water damage around the home.  Water damage is one of the most common homeowners insurance claims nationwide, costing billions of dollars annually. Water damage can happen at anytime of the year and oftentimes is inescapable, but … Continue reading Water Damage

Winter Weather Coverage Blog

What Kind of Winter Weather Damage Does Your Homeowner’s Insurance Cover (and NOT Cover)? Now that Winter is here and we’ve had our first major snowstorm of the season, it’s time to discuss what Homeowner’s Insurance does and does not cover. Most insurers offer more than one level of coverage. Policies that are considered “standard” … Continue reading Winter Weather Coverage Blog

Filing an Insurance Claim? Here’s How a Public Adjuster Can Help

We are often asked how we help Homeowners get what they deserve when damage occurs.  A recent article laid out a good summary of what Public Adjusters are, who needs one and how to pick one.  Here are the important highlights. We buy insurance to protect our large investments like our homes and businesses. If … Continue reading Filing an Insurance Claim? Here’s How a Public Adjuster Can Help

Doylestown Tornado

Tornado damage can affect homeowners for months, even years, following the storm.  Having experienced these situations before, Kevin and Samantha of Property Adjustment Corp. went to help Country Brook Drive residents immediately following the tornado that ripped through Doylestown on August 4th. Right away, they began assisting with emergency services such as tarping the homes and … Continue reading Doylestown Tornado

Bucks County Best of 2020 Nominee!

Property Adjustment Corporation is proud to announce that we have been nominated for a Bucks Happening Magazine’s “Bucks County Best of 2020” award as one of the area’s Best Public Adjusters! At Property Adjustment Corporation, our philosophy is simple – we promise a timely response, professional service, and guarantee the highest settlement possible. We achieve … Continue reading Bucks County Best of 2020 Nominee!

Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters

Two Phone Calls, 10 Days: Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters Several weeks ago, Rosalli Shah, an anesthesiologist at St. Mary’s Hospital in Bucks County, PA, had her home destroyed by fire.  Tragic.  The day after the fire she made two phone calls; one to her insurance company and the other to … Continue reading Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters

Summer Safety Tips for Grilling and Fire Pits

Summer’s here and the time is right for grilling and fire pits.  But don’t ruin a perfect summer evening with an avoidable accident or trip to the ER.  Here are some safety tips that will keep your summers low-key and enjoyable, just like they ought to be. The Grill According to the National Fire Protection … Continue reading Summer Safety Tips for Grilling and Fire Pits

Get to Know Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Do you really know what’s in your Homeowner’s Insurance?  Most people assume that all policies are basically the same, but they can vary, depending on policy and company. It is important for you to understand what your policy covers before your house suffers winter damage and you file an insurance claim. There are several types … Continue reading Get to Know Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Holidays 2019: Blow Them Out, Turn Them Off

The winter holidays are quickly approaching and many of you may already be busy decorating and preparing to celebrate with family and friends. But before you light the Menorah, Kinara, or Advent wreath, remember that more than a third of home decoration fires are started by candles and 42% of decoration fires happen because decorations … Continue reading Holidays 2019: Blow Them Out, Turn Them Off