What is Malicious Mischief?
Have you been the victim of malicious mischief in Miami? Malicious mischief simply means the destruction of property. It may have been done out of vindictiveness or even just because someone was drunk and thought it was funny, or it may have been done to make you feel threatened. Or perhaps the goal was to steal from you, making you the victim of theft.
Regardless of why it was done, no one likes the surprise of walking out of the house in the morning to a car that has been vandalized any more than they like coming home to a house that has been burglarized. Dealing with the insurance company can be overwhelming, to say the least, which is the benefit of hiring a public adjuster to handle your insurance claims for you. We’ll be with you every step of the way.
If you’ve found yourself the victim of vandalism or theft, the first thing you should always do is to file a police report. This gets the case on record, gives the police a chance to check for evidence, and makes it slightly more likely that you’ll find out who did it.
Once you’ve done that, though, it’s time to call us at Rapid Public Adjusters. Filing a theft insurance claim or a vandalism insurance claim is tedious, particularly for the average person, who isn’t familiar with how the insurance claim process works. We will meet with you, assess the damage, and track the claim with your insurance company on your behalf.
Tips for Working with a Public Adjuster in Miami
If you’ve never worked with a public adjuster before, we are merely a third party who can track your insurance claims for you, dealing directly with the insurance company so that you don’t have to. We know the ins and outs of the system, so we can navigate the process more quickly and efficiently than you could alone; not to mention, we’ll handle the headache as well.
Here are a few tips for working well with your public adjuster:
- Check your policy. Find your policy, read it, and make it available for your public adjuster. This will ensure that both of you are on the same page and have all of the important information about your coverage.
- Have the police report ready. If you filed a police report, make sure you have a copy for the adjuster.
- Provide documentation of what was stolen or damaged. Be ready with receipts for any emergency repairs you had to make, receipts (if you have them) for the damaged or stolen items, and any other documentation you have, such as pictures, videos, or descriptions.