Property Damage and Building Collapse

Building Collapse

If your home suffers structural property damage Public Adjusters can help you receive the best compensation. Your damaged home or business requires immediate attention. Call us and get away from the building. A structurally unsafe building is a hazard to be near, let alone live in. We must appraise and document the property damage before it can be cleaned up or fixed. Our Public Adjusters have many years of experience aiding the recovery of many residents of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. Building collapse can be caused by severe storms or human error. Storm damage can be the result of intense rain, wind, lightning or hail. We will review your insurance policy to determine coverage. If your are dealing with property damage, we offer a free, no obligation evaluation and consultation.

A sampling of the types of residential or business losses, a public adjuster can assist with include flood, building collapse, fire, explosion, hurricane and wind damage, riot and civil commotion, smoke damage, vandalism and theft. Often physical damage losses can trigger additional losses for businesses. Among the business insurance forms, a public adjuster will assist are:  business income, builder's risk, leasehold interest, mechanical and electrical breakdown, extra and expediting expense. 

"My House Was Hit By A Car."

"A speeding car lost control on RT. 42 in NJ, and hit my house with such force that the foundation was cracked and the house shifted a fraction. My insurance company offered me a settlement of $40,000. A friend told me to get an opinion from Insurance Adjustment Agency which I did and hired them to represent me. My insurance company had upped the offer to $73,000. Thank goodness I called you. Its hard to believe my own insurance company would treat me like this." -L.R.

"My Insurance Company Told Me I Did Not Need a Public Adjuster."

Even though my insurance company is giving us a hard time, thanks to you, you have been able to successfully prove every part of the claim and the last offer to settle our property damage claim (there were 3 other lesser offers) is now in the ballpark. The public should be made more aware of the role of the Public Adjuster. No wonder my insurance company told me I did not need a public adjuster."  -S.B.

"A Giant Tree was Hit by Lightning and Fell On My House."

"My house was severely damaged in a wind storm when a giant tree limb hit by lightning fell on the front of my house, hitting the roof, breaking windows, siding, and coming down to smash the roof one car and the hood of another. I called Insurance Adjustment Agency who represented my family about ten years ago and they took over. From past experience I am aware that these claims can take a long time to come to a successful conclusion.

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