Post-tornado law would allow Alabama residents to hire private insurance adjusters

 Friday, January 20, 2012

 AL.com

State insurance officials and others are working on legislation that would let Alabamians with insurance claims hire their own adjusters, clarifying what has been a gray area of the law. If passed, there’d be no question Alabamians could hire so-called public adjusters to help establish the scope of their losses and probably get more money from their insurance companies. The tradeoff, according to a national insurance trade group that opposes the idea, would likely be higher insurance rates.
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