Can an adjuster come back to my property with a bucket truck, inspect my roof and enter my home without my permission?
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Asked November 30, 2016
An adjuster typically has the right to inspect your property after you have filed a claim with your insurance company. However, this inspection must be conducted within the limits of the law and with your permission. An adjuster should always schedule an appointment with you in advance, and you have the right to be present during the inspection. They are also required to follow any local laws or regulations regarding entry onto your property. If an adjuster wants to inspect your roof, they may use a bucket truck or other equipment to safely access your roof. However, they should not enter your home without your permission unless there is a specific reason to do so, such as to assess damage to the interior of your home. It's important to remember that you have the right to protect your privacy and property, even when working with an insurance adjuster. If you have concerns about an adjuster's behavior or actions, you can contact your insurance company to address your concerns or seek legal advice.
Answered December 2, 2016 by fl_pc