Public Adjusters for Homeowners Winter Storm Damage
As your policyholder advocate, we handle every step of the insurance claim process and help maximize your insurance claim so you can recover sooner.
Your residential property can experience a range of winter storm damage, such as roof collapse from heavy snowfall, water damage and possibly mold from a pipe bursting in freezing temperatures, and even sudden fire damage from a space heater incorrectly connected. If the unexpected happens, your insurance company’s team will have their own interpretation about the extent of your homes property damage and what is covered in your homeowner’s insurance policy. As you focus on protecting your family and property, shouldn’t you have an expert on your side representing only your interests as you file a claim?
Our professional public adjusters are there to lift that burden from beginning to end in your insurance claim process. We work only for you, not the insurance company. We level the playing field with our unmatched expertise and resources in evaluating, documenting, and negotiating your insurance claim for the maximum amount so you and your family can get back on your feet sooner.
What To Focus On After Winter Storm Damage
Property Damage Losses Homeowners Claims Recovery Process
How Our Public Adjusters Help You
- Evaluate Evaluating your insurance policy to establish the best possible strategy for presenting your claim to the insurer.
- Strategy Valuing, documenting, and substantiating every detail.
- Communication Keeping you informed every step of the way.
- Negotiation Negotiating on your behalf with your insurance company.
- Settlement Ultimately settling the claim for the maximum amount and with less hassle for you.
Homeowners Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- Abbey Road Construction - Lenox Dale, MA
- Adeline Holsing - Kensington, CA
- Affordable Housing Inc. - Berkley, MI
- Alan & Sandra Citarella - Pittsford, NY
- Alan and Nina Leist - New Hartford, NY
- Albert Moore III - Dearborn Heights, MI
- Alex Pappas - Denver, CO
- Alexander Cosentino - Cicero, NY
- Alfonso Vastola - Castle Rock, CO
- Alfred & Laurie Gentile - Baldwinsville, NY
- Alice Fish - Grand Rapids, MI
- Allam Afify - Binghamton, NY
- Amos Hubbard - Fulton, NY
- Andrew & Catherine Smolnik - Central Square, NY
- Andrew and Jean Hoover - Greenwood Village, CO
- Andrew Degrazia - Pittsford, NY
- Andrew Feltenstein-Beacon Street Studios Reference Letter Request, MT
- Andy and Debra Ryntz - Belleville, MI
- Andy Walker - Brockport, NY
- Angela M. Elefante - Utica, NY
- Angelo Civello - Brewerton, NY
- Anna Glass - Machias, NY
- Anne Rice - Boulder, CO
- Annette Bank - Louisville, CO
As soon as we engaged your company, you were able to cut through the bureaucracy and reach the key decision makers. You kept us informed of each twist and turn of your investigation. Within months of your engagement, we had our check in hand. We felt comforted and confident that our situation was given the prompt attention that was needed. I would recommend your services to any in this situation.Anthony & Barbara BlackHomeowners
Our payment of fees to your firm for its expertise was money well spent. The return on investment was well worth it. ... After going through the extended insurance claim process, we now know that no one should handle their own claim without the benefit of your expertise. We highly recommend your firm and its services without any hesitation.Douglas and Diane KellyHomeowners
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