Beneke/Adjusters International

Beneke/Adjusters International
Beneke/Adjusters International is listed in the Insurance category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Beneke/Adjusters International which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Beneke/Adjusters International on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

Contact information for Beneke/Adjusters International is:
1717 W 6th St
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 328-1851

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Beneke/Adjusters International has an overall ZapScore of 89. This means that Beneke/Adjusters International has a higher ZapScore than 89% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Austin, Texas is 40 and in the Insurance category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Right now on Fox News, FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Insurance Program President, Roy Wright, says if you have an NFIP policy, file your claim and start taking as many pictures as you can once it's safe to go home. Also beware of fraudulent phone calls happening in the Houston area.

The Beneke Company/Adjusters International shared Adjusters International's post.
Great advice! Know who you're hiring, what you're signing, and what certain parties can legally do and not do.
Texans: Be sure to check every professional’s credentials before hiring, especially after a large disaster like #Harvey. Here’s why: #HoustonStrong #Hurricane
The Unauthorized Practice of Public Adjusting is when someone other than a licensed public adjuster attempts to settle a policyholder’s residential or commercial property insurance claim.

The Beneke Company/Adjusters International shared Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters's post.
Such important information for homeowners and business owners. Please take a moment to read.
AUSTIN, TX August 25, 2017 — The Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (TAPIA) cautions Texans coping with significant losses from Hurricane Harvey to “look before they leap” into arrangements with roofers or other contractors to repair their homes and businesses. One of the most important things an insured property owner needs to know is who can—and can’t—negotiate your claim with your insurance company. In Texas, it is illegal for contractors—including roofing and restoration contractors—to offer to negotiate your claim with your insurance company. Contractors may not hire adjusters to handle your claim. Insurance adjusting—especially public adjusting—requires special training and a license issued by the Texas Department of Insurance.” Insured property owners should be wary of contractors who offer to handle their claim “for free” if you let them do the work. This is sometimes called a “contingent agreement” and is illegal. Likewise, beware of contractors and public adjusters who try to push you towards a lawyer when there is no sign of a legal problem. Most property insurance claims can be settled if both parties act professionally. On rare occasions, it may be necessary for an attorney to get involved if a coverage disagreement arises, or if the insurance company is simply not living up to its end of the bargain. Insurance companies put the burden of proving a property loss on the policyholder; but most people don’t know a lot about their insurance policy, says Curtis Hordge, Jr., TAPIA president. “A time of crisis is a hard time to figure things out. That’s why many people turn to a public insurance adjuster (PA) for help.” A PA works only for the policyholder–not an insurance company, roofing company, repair company, or general contractor. In Texas, as in most other states, PAs are required to be tested, licensed, and current on continuing education requirements. The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) regulates public adjusters. Visit the TAPIA website ( for more information about PAs; a list of TAPIA members; a Q&A document, What You Need to Know about Public Insurance Adjusters; and other helpful information. For immediate assistance, send email to TAPIA@mytapia.orgor call 512-299-6680.

Harvey wind speeds are reportedly only 15mph away from becoming a hurricane. If you think your home or business might be affected, take a look at this preparedness list and/or contact Beneke/Adjusters International with questions.
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The 21 August 2017 celestial event will be viewable to millions on the continent, but taking the proper precautions is important.