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PUBLIC ADJUSTERS FOR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE CLAIMS

When a disaster damages your home, AI/BLC public adjusters handle every step of the insurance claims process to obtain for you the correct and maximum claim recovery amount.

Homeowners Insurance Claims

We know that losing your home to a fire can be one of the worst days of your life. So can suffering major damage from a flood, roof collapse, or other kind of disaster. As you focus on protecting your family and belongings, another critical responsibility is preparing a homeowners insurance claim. Will you have the time to understand the intricacies of your insurance policy, and then prepare a claim and navigate the process? The insurance company will have its own expert team to protect its financial exposure to your claim. Who’s looking out for you?

Adjusters International/Basloe, Levin & Cuccaro public adjusters are property insurance claim experts who work only for you, not the insurance company. For over 112 years, we’ve helped homeowners in Upstate New York, Ohio, and New England recover after fire damage, Northeastern winter storm damage, water damage, and many other kinds of disasters. Our team of professional claims adjusters, content specialists, and building estimators levels the playing field and places you steps ahead in the insurance claims process. We accurately document your damage, prepare a detailed claim, and negotiate for you the full, fair and correct claim recovery amount. We understand the immense hardship of losing a home, and won’t let you risk losing out on your financial recovery.

Your financial recovery and wellbeing are our top priorities. When we represent you, you’ll benefit from:
  • Unsurpassed Property Insurance Claim Expertise

    We have more senior-level and certified public adjusting professionals than any other organization. We help homeowners in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, Albany, Ohio, and throughout the Northeast. With over forty offices across the U.S. and Canada, our claim expertise and resources are unmatched. AI/BLC is a member of NAPIA and the Buffalo Building Owners and Managers Association, and has an A+ BBB Accredited Business rating.

  • Local Commitment, Global Resources

    We live in the communities we serve and are experts at preparing homeowners insurance claims for the most common and unique types of damage that happen in Upstate New York, Ohio, and across the Northeast. This includes fire damage and Northeastern ice damage. Our elite team is close by to mobilize quickly and manage your property damage claim.

  • Client Satisfaction

    We put you first because we know the importance of getting families back into their homes — or new homes — as soon as possible. We are proud to play a key role in this and we are grateful for the many recommendation letters, referrals, and long-term connections formed.

  • History of Results

    For over 112 years, AI/BLC has helped thousands of homeowners recover billions in settlements after devastating fires, water damage, collapse, Northeastern ice storms, and more. Our history of success has made us the leading public adjusting firm in Upstate New York, Ohio, and New England.

Property Damage Losses Homeowners Claims Recovery Process

Property Damage
Time Element
Life & Safety Issues
Mitigation of Damages
Establish A Preliminary Recovery Plan
Evaluation of Coverages
Valuation Of Damages, Claim Preparation, and Documentation
Negotiations & Settlement
Restoration Of Property & Operations

What Disasters Do Our Public Adjusters Handle?

Our Public Adjusters can help you recover from any disaster covered under your property insurance policy and its endorsements. 
We have handled claims resulting from:
Fire

Fire commonly includes other damages to your home from smoke, water, and corrosion that often go unseen. We make sure to identify them early on to prevent future problems.

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Water

Water damage can lead to mold growth within your home, placing your family’s health at risk if not handled immediately.

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Hail

Hail can strike in any state. If your property is hit by hail, do you know where to look and how to assess the