At Executive Adjusting Consultants we want to ensure that you are getting the most money for your claim. When you have fire damage in Boynton Beach, FL there are many things that are lost. While there are many things you can do to prepare for a fire, once the damage is done you may have
Hurricane Matthew ripped through the Caribbean and Southeastern United States just a few short weeks ago, and homeowners and affected citizens have begun to handle the damage the storm left in its wake. If you are someone that experienced damage to property during the hurricane, here are some helpful tips for filing your insurance claims.
If you’ve ever had to file an insurance claim after a disaster has taken place, or you’re in the process of filing one. You understand how stressful and messy the entire process can be. It seems like a big hassle when you’re dealing with the insurance company in order to get the money you need
Insurance exists for a reason. The general idea behind it is to ensure that our items are properly replaced or compensated for in the event something goes wrong. The ‘thing’ that goes wrong could be classified in many different ways. For example your house may burn down as a result of an electrical short, or
Disasters happen. This is a simple and unavoidable fact of life. The problem with them, besides the initial destruction brought on by mother nature in most cases, is the aftermath, and your potential inability to pick up the pieces. You can count yourself lucky if there is no loss of life, but your own life,
If you are needing help in a negotiation between your insurance agency and a claim you have made, then you need reliable Vero Beach public adjusters. Our company, Executive Adjusting Consultants, is comprised of professionals in that have expertise in engineering, structural experts, sinkhole experts, building inspectors and many other areas that you may need
When your home, car or other personal property is damaged or lost unexpectedly, coping with what has happened can be a traumatic experience and a painstaking process. There are four phases of a disaster widely recognized by emergency responders to help frame the issues of disaster management as well as prepare for recovery. They are