After major property damage and business interruption, it may not be enough to depend on the insurance company to offer you a fair settlement. If you have any doubts about the claims process and your settlement offer, it is worth getting a second opinion from a licensed Charleston public adjuster. Our public adjusters only represent policyholders. We consistently secure full settlements that are fairer than the initial offer from your carrier.
What kind of damage can impact your Charleston business?
Commercial Property Fires
Charleston retail stores, warehouses, and apartment complexes are only a few examples of commercial property that can suffer major fire and smoke damage from a stray cigarette butt, malfunctioning electrical system, and vandals.
Our city is situated in the Lowcountry, and drainage systems throughout the region may be easily overwhelmed by tropical storms and heavy summer rainfall.
Strong wind gusts over 60 mph can knock over a church steeple in Park Circle neighborhood and destroy scaffolding on a construction or renovation site, as seen recently on Sottile Street. We are also experts on builder’s risk insurance claims.
Why should property owners hire a Charleston public adjuster for property damage claims?
Getting a strong handle on the insurance claims process will require valuable time that you can otherwise apply to keeping customers and taking care of employees.
Meanwhile, the insurance company will have an adjuster and claim team working to protect its financial exposure to your claim. Our team of claim specialists expertly handles every step and only protects your interests and long-term goals.
Why use a licensed public adjuster from GGG/AI?
We are known throughout South Carolina as the most established and trusted public adjusting firm for Charleston property owners and businesses. We have handled many claims in a range of industries, and are fluent in complicated commercial property insurance policies. For decades, our professional services have helped thousands of policyholders secure millions of dollars in settlements.