Losing your home to complete or partial damage from a disaster can be traumatizing. As you begin to pick up the pieces and focus on protecting your family, do you also have the time, attention, and understanding to navigate your insurance policy and prepare a claim? It’s up to you, after all, to prove your loss to your carrier in order to recover financially.
Our public adjusters lift that burden. We understand your priorities in this critical time and are there to be your trusted advisors in managing your insurance claim. Our experience levels the playing field with your carrier. We fully document and substantiate your property damage, make sure you are receiving the benefits you are entitled to from your insurance policy, and prepare and negotiate an insurance claim that will help the most in rebuilding your lives.
Our focus is maximizing and expediting your financial recovery. Local commitment, personalized service, and proven expertise are the hallmarks of our reputation. We offer:
We have more senior-level and certified public adjusting professionals than any other organization. With over forty offices across the U.S. and in Canada, our network gives us the unmatched experience and resources to mobilize a top team of the right professionals to successfully manage and negotiate your claim for any type of disaster, and for the maximum amount.
Local Commitment, Global Resources
Our regional offices are committed to serving our local communities because we are a part of them. We know the particularities of these regions and can quickly assemble a top team of experts to help your recovery.
Our priority is to optimize financial recovery and restore the lives of our clients. From our one-on-one conversations to their recommendation letters and referrals after recovery, we are grateful and proud to know we have played a key role in helping them get back on their feet.
We have guided thousands of homeowners, business owners, organizations, municipalities, and communities to faster financial recovery after unexpected natural and man-made disasters. From a burst pipe to fire, and every earthquake and hurricane in the last quarter century, we have been there to optimize their financial recovery and help them get back to their lives sooner.
Property Damage Losses Homeowners Claims Recovery Process
Life & Safety Issues
Mitigation of Damages
Establish A Preliminary Recovery Plan
Evaluation of Coverages
Valuation Of Damages, Claim Preparation, and Documentation
[Your team] was very professional and competent in their approach to our claim and kept us fully informed throughout the process. [Your public adjuster] was always available to take our calls, and never hesitated to consult his colleagues when necessary, to tap into the complete resource and experience base of the firm for our benefit.
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A disaster is rarely predictable, but you can still be prepared. There are proactive steps you can take before and after to help you with providing proof of loss for your property damage and smooth out the insurance claim process for your financial recovery.
Our public adjusters are your prime resource on-site and online in making sure you understand every detail of your insurance claim policy. The following is a list of useful definitions of insurance language you may encounter throughout the insurance claim process.