Insurance Alliance Group is a team of property loss professionals who work on behalf of
policyholders, when they need assistance filing a claim or disputing the claim amount, offered
by their insurance company.
When a property claim is filed, the insurance company will assign its own adjuster to look out for its best interest. IAG public adjusters are property claim experts that advocate for the property or business owner. A common misconception is that general contractors have the expertise and licensing to properly handle a property claim on behalf of the policyholder. In fact, other than the insured, the only professional who can legally negotiate with your insurance company is a licensed public adjuster. Fortunately, you don’t have to go through the claims process alone.
Aside from being an advocate for you, there are several benefits to hiring a public adjuster from IAG:
Saves Valuable Time
Maximize Your Insurance Claim
Expedite The Road to Recovery
Founder and Principal
With more than 15 years of insurance industry experience, Aquila Matthews, a native Washingtonian, has found his true passion as a community advocate by serving in the role of a licensed public adjuster. After many years of working as a sales agent for a prominent public adjusting firm, he noticed an opportunity to elevate the level of customer service that homeowners receive when filing an insurance claim. He found the lack of transparency and accountability displayed from the insurance companies astounding and was determined to make a difference.
The fundamental idea that people deserve to be treated fairly and with respect became the cornerstone of his own company, Insurance Alliance Group (IAG). Founded in 2017, IAG is fully committed to achieving 100% client satisfaction. Aquila takes great pride in being transparent, communicating every step of the insurance claim and settlement process with his clients. His primary goal is to ease the burden of every client while they are recovering from an emotionally traumatic experience such as a fire, water damage, or another disaster.