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We are insurance professionals who represent your interests in settling your property insurance claims.
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- We Lower Your Stress
- We Negotiate Your Settlement
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Who We Have Helped
...your lead adjuster took command of our claim and negotiations with our insurance carrier and has returned more than three times what the initial claim value appeared to be. ...As a result of all your fine efforts, we have been able to rebuild a new facility, larger than the one we lost; installed a state of the art packing line; and have improved our site facility all for the amount of the settlement. ...We initially looked at your fee as a cost of doing business. It turns out that the fee we paid of $218,858.00 was a true value compared to the additional reimbursements Greenspan Adjusters International was able to negotiate on the claim. ...
“The hail storm damaged every single one of our 54 buildings and we were faced with the daunting tasking of evaluating what we needed in order to properly repair our buildings. We obviously did not know what we needed because we are not contractors or experts at repairing buildings. The insurance company came in, acting as if they were on our side, and offered to estimate the loss for us. Looking back, we should have seen an immediate red flag. We, after much delay, found out the hard way that letting the insurance company estimate our loss was not a good idea…After we found ourselves hung out to dry by the insurance company we did not know where to run…I consider every unit owner in the complex lucky that we made the smart decision to hire The Greenspan Co. / Adjusters International to stop the insurance company from continuing on the same path. It was clear, immediately after retaining your services, you were on the job. You took control of the adjustment process and told the insurance company what we were entitled to receive. You were unwavering in your approach and negotiation.”
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PublicationIssue # 1018In recent years, the idea of "loss of attraction" has taken on a broader and more ominous implication, and property owners should be aware that insurance is now available to address abrupt declines in business due to the perception that an area has become dangerous, undesirable, or inaccessible.
PublicationIssue # 3051Joseph S. Harrington reviews the evolution of functional replacement cost coverage and looks at its application in the homeowners, commercial building and personal property arenas. It makes for interesting and informative reading.
PublicationIssue # 3047True or false: the only parties that can receive proceeds from an insurance claim settlement are those the policy specifically identifies as named or additional insureds. Widespread belief might say this statement is true. But it is not always. There are circumstances under which modern insurance policies can apply coverage to non-insureds. The most prominent of these are discussed in this issue of Adjusting Today, authored by Donald Malecki.
PublicationIssue # 4003This issue of Disaster Recovery Today focuses on the methods for presenting disaster-related costs to FEMA to obtain a favorable decision on eligibility. This step is the fourth in a nine-step process identified by Tidal Basin to respond to a declared disaster.
Podcast04.11.2019Experts discuss the legislative efforts supported by the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) regarding the Unauthorized Practice of Public Adjusting (UPPA), issues surrounding Assignment of Benefits post-disaster, and more.
Podcast03.13.2019After a disaster causes property damage or loss many policyholders discover that rebuilding the structure to conform to the latest building codes can add 50% or more to their recovery cost. Our expert panelists discuss ordinance or law coverage and how to insure for this potential exposure.
Podcast06.12.2018This podcast discusses the legislative efforts of NAPIA. NAPIA members are committed to working in the best interest of their clients and to conducting business with integrity ...