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Gene Veno Interview with Comcast Newsmakers, August 17, 2011 "Value of Hiring a Public Adjuster"

New Jersey Denies Request To Amend Regulations

By Holly K. Soffer, Esq.
A disgruntled property owner, after winning a lawsuit initiated by a public adjuster to collect fees in New Jersey, attempted to further his dissatisfaction by submitting proposed changes to public adjuster regulations. The proposals came in the form of required disclosures to be inserted into the public adjuster contract. Most of the suggestions were just a thinly disguised recitation of his personal feelings and frustration from his experience: i.e., he wanted the contract to read “the public adjuster typically has no ability to force the insurance company to move the process any faster and that signing before an initial settlement is received...



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