Public Adjusters for Homeowners Earthquake Damage
An earthquake can destroy or compromise the safety of your home. Our public adjusters provide the experience and guidance you need to make an educated decision while filing a claim on your path to rebuild.
Earthquake damage to your property can be immediately apparent or hidden. For instance, a seismic shift could crack and unsettle the structural integrity of your property without you even knowing about it. This could make your family’s home vulnerable to future damage and collapse, making your home unsafe.
Our team of professional adjusters has unmatched experience in earthquake damage and risk assessment for evaluating your coverage for a future catastrophe. We work for you, the policyholder, to make sure all property damage is evaluated and documented. We negotiate a maximum claim recovery so you can have the means to provide a safe home for your family.
What To Focus On After Earthquake Damage
Why is a claim strategy so important?
How much do I really need to know?
How can I afford such a large deductible?
How important is having my own engineer?
How do I deal with hidden damage?
How can I minimize the emotional toll on my family?
Is there anyone on my side?
Big deductibles demand that your claim be properly evaluated. How can you afford to rebuild your house with such a large deductible? Understanding claim strategies and value engineering are important.
Successful evaluation of damages hinges upon a well-coordinated effort between engineers and construction consultants. Do you have the right experts lined up? Should you only rely on the insurance company’s cadre of experts?
Are you familiar with how insurance companies have handled past earthquakes? How does it affect you?
Ensuing fire or water damage from an earthquake can be covered depending upon the policy.
What is concurrent causation? Why is it important in an earthquake claim?
How do you make certain that hidden damages are addressed?
How does a large-scale disaster affect recovery? Replacement/reconstruction prices?
How does a large-scale earthquake affect your additional living expense claim?
Property Damage Losses Homeowners Claims Recovery Process
Homeowners Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- 108 Owners Corporation Manhasset Condo
- 1618 14th Street, NW, LLC
- 17th Street Revocable Trust
- 18749C N. Frederick Corporation
- 2108 Bolton Street
- 218 East Main Street Partnership
- 245 Granby, LLC
- 380 York Road Associates
- 388028 British Columbia Ltd., Inc.
- 3D Treats, Inc./dba Dairy Queen
- 517 S. Broadway, LLC
- 53rd Street & Madison Tower Development LLC
- 700 S. Peters Owners Associates
- 732 Maryland Avenue Partnership
- 918 North Charles-Acquisition LLC
- A & D Convenience
- A & G Management
- ABC Carpet & Home
- Aberdeen Village
- Absecon Home Center
- Accuworks, Inc.
- Acme Paper & Supply Co.
- Acri Graphics
- ADA Association
At all levels and in every regard, personnel associated with your firm conducted themselves with the greatest degree of knowledge and professionalism providing the type of value-added service uncommon in today’s marketplace.Mark MojaveHomeowner
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