Public Adjuster Salary

Public Adjuster Salary

How much does an insurance adjuster make?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median public adjuster salary, insurance claim appraisers, examiners, and investigators income in 2014 was $34 per hour. This translates into an average salary in the $72,000 range. However, computing an average public adjuster salary is a little trickier than most.

The Average Salary of a Public Adjuster
A public insurance claims adjuster deals with claims filed by policyholders after incidents of property damage to a home or business. The average salary of a public adjuster varies depending on his or her level of experience, area of expertise and industry and the cost of living in the location in which he or she lives.

Public Adjuster salary

Public Adjusters Income

California has the highest level of employment for public adjusters as of 2011 and an average salary of $65,560 a year, while the State of Connecticut had the highest concentration of jobs and offered an average of $63,980. The highest paying state for public adjusters was the District of Columbia with a salary average of $79,010, and the highest paying metropolitan area in the country was Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, New York with an average salary of $79,950.

We handle all types of catastrophic claim situations:

• Fire Damage Claims
• Smoke Damage Claims
• Hurricane Damage Claims
• Wind & Hail Damage Claims
• Flood & Water Damage Claims
• Earthquake Damage Claims
• Crime Scene Cleanup Claims
• Mold & Asbestos Claims
• Tornado Damage Claims
• Vandalism & Theft Claims
• Information Systems Claims
• Crop Damage Claims
• Maritime Claims
• Aviation Claims
• Workers Comp Claims
• Transportation Claims
• Liability Claims
• Business Interruption Claims

Our licensed public insurance adjusters serve the needs of you – the insured. Discover how we can maximize your insurance payout.