Our sponsors are professionals that support United Policyholders’ mission and offer services to individual and business policyholders.
Attorneys, Legal Help:
Licensed to practice law and represent individuals and businesses in legal matters. Regulated by State Bar Associations and subject to rules of professional conduct that vary from state to state.
Cleaning, Damage Repair, Remediation:
Professionals who specialize in cleaning up property damage and restoring property to pre-loss condition. Licensing and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Construction Services (Repair/Rebuild Contractors):
Professionals who repair and/or replace damaged and destroyed property. Generally regulated by Contractor’s State Licensing Boards, licensing, bonding and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Contents Loss Valuation and Home Inventory Help:
Professionals who represent insureds in claim related matters specifically related to personal property/contents, including inventory preparation, valuation, depreciation and replacement cost calculations. Licensing and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Dwelling Loss Valuation and Estimating:
Professionals who specialize in preparing scopes of loss and/or determining the extent, nature and amount of property damage, appropriate repair methods and calculating the cost of repairing and replacing damaged or destroyed property. Licensing and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Finance experts with varying types of professional qualifications and certifications. Includes Certified Financial Planners, Certified Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents and Registered Investment Advisors. Licensing, bonding and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Home Improvement / Mitigation:
Retrofit or mitigation products that “harden your home” and may qualify you for a discount on your insurance.
Insurance Shopping Help:
Agents and brokers who sell insurance and advise property owners on insurance matters.
Public Adjusters / Claim Representation:
Professionals who represent individuals and businesses in matters relating to the valuation, adjustment, negotiation and settlement of insurance claims. Licensing, bonding and professional conduct rules vary state to state.
Real Estate Professionals:
Licensed Real Estate Agents who represent buyers or sellers in real estate transactions.
Certified Public Accountants (CPA) or Enrolled Agents (EA) that have worked with disaster survivors in the past.
Temporary Housing Assistance:
Short term or long term housing options after a loss.