A Claim Strategy to Elevate Your Business
We are your advocates and claim strategists. We help you use your insurance policy to the best of your advantage — now, when you need it most. As insurance professionals, we understand all areas of your policy, including coverage limitations, restrictions, coinsurance requirements, and options. We meet with you to discuss your business and create the right claims strategy to fit your immediate needs and long-term goals. Our experts stay in constant communication with you and the insurance company as we execute a plan that achieves your priorities.
How Can We Help in Your Specific Industry
Since 1941, our firm has handled thousands of commercial property damage claims for businesses of all sizes in all industries. Our vast experience gives us unique insight into popular and niche industries based in the areas we serve, and how their insurance policies can be leveraged.
- We discuss with you your state of business, needs, and goals.
- We document all damage and the financial impact of business interruptions.
- We work with trusted advisors on your claim recovery team.
- We work exclusively for you, not your insurance company.
The Types of Claims We Handle
Our public adjusters live in the communities we serve and are experts at assessing damage from common and rare disasters to strike our region, including fires, hurricanes, snowstorms, floods, tornadoes and windstorms, as well as business interruption.
A public adjuster is a property insurance claim professional who is licensed and bonded by your state to exclusively represent commercial property owners during the insurance claims process. We ensure there is a level playing field for business owners throughout the claims process when negotiating with their property insurer.
For decades, our team has advocated for thousands of businesses and commercial property owners through our 11 offices, managing their property damage claims and securing full settlements.
Our public adjusting fees are flexible to meet your needs, often being a fixed percentage of the settlement, or based on agreed-upon benchmarks.