New Company, BenefitBill, Inc. Focus Aims to Help Homeowner's Get Paid More on Their Insurance Claims

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Homeowners receive smaller claim settlements because they do not understand the claims process. Traditional sources of information instruct the homeowner to work with the insurance company's adjuster to determine the value of their loss. This collaboration results in a claim payment substantially below its value. Homeowners no longer have to abandon their claim to the insurance company adjuster due to their lack of knowledge about the claims process and settle for a fraction of their claims value. Using the education from BenefitBill, Inc., the homeowner can now negotiate for full value.

When it comes to making an insurance claim, what you don't know will hurt you.

Thousands of homeowners receive less than they should because they don’t possess the knowledge about how to make an insurance claim. Lacking this information they are forced to rely upon the insurance company adjuster to tell them what their claim is worth. Benefit Bill™ has launched a new website designed to teach homeowners how to increase their claim settlements. Policyholders begin their journey of Taking Charge Of Your Claim For Greater Gain™ by viewing a video on how to make a claim in 12 easy steps. All of the information on BenefitBill, Inc. is provided free of charge to anyone wanting to know more about the claims process.

Benefit Bill™ provides online insurance claim information to homeowners and business owners needing more information about how to make an insurance claim. William S. Coffman, Jr., President has adjusted claims for over 28 years in multiple capacities. Mr. Coffman has worked for a Fortune 100 insurance company, managed catastrophe claims offices, worked as an independent adjuster representing multiple insurance companies and is currently a public insurance adjuster in South Florida. Mr. Coffman is also a past president of the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA), an organization devoted to protecting the profession of public adjusting and protecting insurance consumer rights in Florida.

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