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Public Adjusters for Hail Damage

If your organization or community suffers a hailstorm, the damage can be devastating. Your recovery will depend on how you assess and report the damage. Our team of experts helps you obtain the maximum claim recovery so you can get back on your feet sooner.

Hail damage may not be immediately recognized, and its potential risks may not be realized until years later. Will you be protected?

If a hailstorm strikes, the full scope of damage to your property and infrastructure may be difficult to detect and document until much later and not be reported to your insurance company, which can cause more unexpected losses later. A hailstorm can strike and damage a roof, but it may take two to three years for the roof to begin to leak. In that time, has the damage grown to compromise the integrity of the property? A detailed damage assessment is essential. You should not wait for your insurance company to make one.

Our public adjusters have expertly managed claims for every type of disaster at the regional, state, and national levels. We are called upon by communities, non-profits, and government organizations for our unique ability to mobilize a top team of professionals who have the unmatched experience and comprehensive understanding of the laws, regulations, and policies involving disaster recovery. This enables our adjusters to consistently coordinate and obtain the maximum reimbursement for our clients so that they may recover. With offices in Portland, Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, and Scranton, our public insurance adjusters are ready to help your organization or community recover more, sooner from your hail storm damage insurance claim.

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What To Focus On After Hail Damage

Make sure you fully understand the meaning of each of the following before you move forward. Feel free to reach out to us for a no-cost discussion about your claim.
  • Why should the county, city, town, or district optimize its claim?
  • Do we have a commitment to taxpayers to recover the most possible?
  • What if the insurance company engages a building consultant?
  • What is my agent/broker’s role?
  • Will my code upgrade coverage address all my code related issues? ADA, fire codes, etc.?
  • Is there coinsurance in my policy?
  • Do we need to issue an RFP in order to engage your services?
  • Who in our county, city, town, or district will be involved in making the decision to hire us?
  • Is your claim a result of an event that may be funded by FEMA? If so, it is your obligation to first maximize your insurance settlement to satisfy FEMA’s eligibility requirements.
  • Why can’t we do it ourselves?
  • What emergency facilities are necessary to continue operations?
  • Can temporary facilities still be used at the end of the claim and be considered permanent? If so, how?
  • How do existing plans for renovations or enhancements affect my claim?
  • What building codes and regulations must be considered in the reconstruction?
  • How do bond cycles affect the full replacement cost holdback provisions of a policy?