Public Adjusters for Winter Storm Damage
Because winter storms can cause a variety of damage, if you do not document and prove your loss properly, you may not receive the claim proceeds you need to fully recover.
If your organization or community’s infrastructure is interrupted by a winter storm, you will not only face the challenges of securing everyone’s safety and protecting the rest of your property. You will now also have to secure the necessary funding for your recovery. There may be a roof collapse, a pipe bursting and causing water damage and possibly mold, or even sudden fire damage. Do you know if you are covered in your insurance policy? The effect of any unrecoverable disaster costs can be an immobilizing blow to your organization or community.
Our public adjusters have expertly managed claims for every type of disaster at the regional, state, and national levels. We are called upon by communities, non-profits, and government organizations for our unique ability to mobilize a top team of professionals who have the unmatched experience and comprehensive understanding of the laws, regulations, and policies involving disaster recovery. This enables us to consistently coordinate and obtain the maximum reimbursement for our clients, so that they may recover.
What To Focus On After Winter Storm Damage
Property Damage Losses Government & Non-Profits Claims Recovery Process
How Our Public Adjusters Help You
- Evaluate Fully reviewing your insurance coverage.
- Strategy Developing a claim management strategy.
- Compliance Determining policy compliance issues.
- Valuations Completing detailed valuations of building, equipment and inventory losses.
- Interruption Formulating business interruption models.
- Itemization Presenting and supporting an itemized claim package to your insurer.
- Negotiation Negotiating on your behalf with your insurance company.
- Communication Keeping you informed every step of the way.
- Settlement Ultimately settling the claim for the maximum amount and with less hassle for you.
Government & Non-Profits Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- 108 Owners Corporation Manhasset Condo
- 11805 Mayfield Association
- 13030 Moorpark Homeowners Association
- 1388, LLC - Binghamton, NY
- 151 Highland Avenue (Salamanca, LLC) - Salamanca, NY
- 1618 14th Street, NW, LLC
- 1745 Wazee - Denver, CO
- 17th Street Revocable Trust
- 1860 Larimer St. - Denver, CO
- 18749C N. Frederick Corporation
- 1st Choice Pallets
- 1st Missionary Baptist Church - Inkster, MI
- 2108 Bolton Street
- 218 East Main Street Partnership
- 245 Granby, LLC
- 3 Day Suit Brokers
- 3-G Video Cassette Corp.
- 36-40 North Main Street Corp. - Waterbury, CT
- 380 York Road Associates
- 388028 British Columbia Ltd., Inc.
- 3D Treats, Inc./dba Dairy Queen
- 3rd Millenium Inc
- 4230 Stansbury Association
- 4455 Hazeltine Homeowners Association
...This storm caused area wide damage with downed trees and extensive power outages. The storm was declared a local, State and Federal disaster (Disaster #1665)...[your team] demonstrated a sincere interest and willingness to work with Erie County in its efforts to document the incurred costs and finalize the volumes of paperwork necessary as part of the Federal Disaster relief efforts...Dean MessingDeputy Commissioner/Emergency Services - County of Erie, Buffalo, NY
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