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Has your home or commercial property suffered damage from a windstorm or thunderstorm? Contact us today to help maximize your insurance claim! Our top team of professionals expertly handle every step of the process so you can get back to your life and business sooner.
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They were extremely easy to work with, and obviously experts at what they do. It was a night and day difference how they interpreted our insurance contracts and negotiated our settlement. There’s no way I’d go through a fire insurance claim without somebody of their caliber — it would be like going to court without a lawyer.
Wilbert’s, a prominent three-location automotive recycling operation across Western and Central New York, suffered a devastating fire to a new 10,000-square-foot building at its Williamson location. As this building was the center of business for that location, Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro (AI/BLC) immediately established temporary solutions to mitigate the losses and also developed strategies and objectives to make sure Wilbert’s received an optimal insurance settlement.
November 18th, 2017 was when our home burned and we lost everything that we owned. Adjusters International truly became our voice to the insurance company and as our advocate, they fought for every item until the recovery process was complete. I am quite sure that without the help of Adjusters International, we would still be in the process of rebuilding our home and our lives. Because of their extraordinary efforts, my wife and I were back into a new home on the site of our previous home 10 months after the date of our loss.
New Energy Works, a leading timber company in America, suffered winter-related roof collapse to one of its main 15,000-square-foot buildings. When operations could have been left in limbo, our public adjusters quickly took control of the insurance claim process to help make sure New Energy Works kept running and did not lose customers to competitors.
The proof of loss included, among other, photographs of the building collapse, a warranty deed, net lease, architect's description of work to repair, building permit and a voluminous number of invoices... I believe that this policy limit settlement would not have been possible but for [your firm's public adjuster]'s thorough efforts in obtaining the necessary documents and proof to establish the full loss... The efforts of your agency are greatly appreciated.
Norwich, New York Firearms Manufacturer, CZ-USA/Dan Wesson Firearms, suffered devastating fire damage on November 14th, 2012. While testing out a new gun, the backfire from the shot caught material, causing a multi-level fire in the building.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria — Helping Policyholders Recover From a Disastrous Hurricane SeasonWe discuss Hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria and their impact on the people, areas, and economy as well as how home and business owners can properly insure themselves for this exposure in coming years ...
It’s finally summer in the Northeast, and you know what that means. Vacationing, outdoor grilling, roasting marshmallows in the backyard fire pit, and even gardening around the house. To help make the most of your summer fun, keep in mind five important tips to keep your home and property damage-free.
AI/BLC has officially entered into its fourth generation of ownership. We are proud to announce Richard Smith and Steve Vanuga as Principals and co-owners of the 111-year-old firm, having acquired the company from Ron Cuccaro, who led the company for almost 50 years. Together, Richard and Steve share a vision of carrying on the legacy of what made the company the industry leader it is today and growing it to the next level of success.
We’ve had significant amounts of rain pouring down on the Northeast this spring. While our minds may be focused on summer sunshine in the coming months, it wouldn’t hurt to also be mindful of the potential water damage that rain can cause to your property.
Spring has officially sprung! Time to cue up your favorite tunes, roll up your sleeves, and dig into those spring cleaning chores. But before you do, make sure these 7 things are on your to-do list — they just may save you from filing a property damage claim for your home or workplace.
When the survival of your business is at stake or the peace of your home is shaken, did you know you can take it one more (crucial) step further for a better claim recovery?
While February weather brought a polar vortex and loads of snow, what’s especially unique is the subsequent swing back into warmer temperatures and the impact it can have on your home or commercial property. Just as a heavy snowfall can cause roof collapse and the freezing cold can cause a burst pipe, when it warms up for a few days in the middle of the season, it’s important to be aware of water damage that can come from a thaw.
Proactiveness is crucial for your recovery, but it’s on you to file a detailed claim to your insurance company and prove your loss as they need to protect their interests. Pile this on top of everything else on your plate to keep things moving forward. Who then can be on your side, offering professional guidance, preparation, and strategy for your property insurance claim to make sure you recover more, and sooner?
Winter in the Northeast means harsh weather conditions on a regular basis. If you’re seasoned to the cold, you may already know useful measures to prevent or lessen the potential damage to your home or business property brought on by freezing temperatures and sudden winter storms.
Earlier this month, Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro continued its support of Western New York’s Springville-Griffith Community Education Foundation (SGCEF) with a special fundraising event led by our very own Executive Vice President, Steven Vanuga, who is also President of the Foundation.
Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro Supports the Moe Pye Benefit & Golf Tournament to Fight ALS
Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro (AIBLC) recently lent its support to the Moe Pye Benefit & Golf Tournament by serving as a Silver Sponsor.
Business Income (BI) Insurance, a special type of commercial insurance that covers the loss of BI and continuing operating expenses following an insured loss, can help a company to bounce back after a brief or lengthy operations shut-down. For Manufacturers, Retailers, Wholesalers and Service Organizations, buying the right policy with the right amount of coverage can be trickier than it sounds.
A house fire can cause an overwhelming amount of stress for a homeowner. AI/BLC’s experts put together eight helpful tips for filing residential fire property insurance claims post-fire ...
Insurance Resources and Assistance for Florida and Puerto Rico Businesses Affected by Hurricanes Maria and Irma
AI/BLC's public adjusters are on-site in Florida and Puerto Rico and available to assist business owners with their insurance claims. 877.482.1234
Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro Promotes Kerri Clinch to Vice President of Operations
As a new and integral member of AIBLC’s senior leadership team, Clinch will add to her responsibilities coordinating and managing all of the company’s internal operations while developing and executing new streamlined operational procedures
AI/BLC Interviewed by Nerdwallet About the Benefits of Hiring a Public Adjuster to Help with Hurricane Insurance Claims
AI/BLC was recently interviewed by NerdWallet to discuss the benefits of hiring a public adjuster post-disaster
In order to help residents in Irma's path, we compiled the following links to property readiness, safety, and insurance information
How Hurricanes Can Affect the Northeast - Lessons Learned from Superstorm Sandy
As a newly appointed Trustee, Vanuga joins three Officers of the Board and 25 other Trustees who collectively share responsibility for overseeing Hilbert College’s activities