Are you dealing with significant property loss or damage to your business and need a commercial claim adjuster?
We help homeowners negotiate their insurance claims and take away the stress of negotiating.
The fire is extinguished. The hurricane is over. The flood waters have receded.
Now you need a claims consultant -- a licensed, insured public claims adjuster and expert in property assessment and loss consulting -- to assist you in reaching a resolution with your insurance company.
If you are unsure how to follow the insurance company's rules and procedures, you're having problems with your claim -- even if your claim has been denied -- it's not too late!
"On Christmas morning, 2014, we lost our family home to a fire. We were grateful no one was injured. We prayed and agreed we could over come this unimaginable tragedy. After all, we were insured, and we thought we would be back to normal within a reasonable time.
Having been self employed for 27 years, I felt I'd have no issues handling our claim on our own. I was wrong, my business and my family suffered because of it. After struggling a couple of months, I hired SOUTHERN LOSS CONSULTANTS to file our loss in the language the insurance company uses, and things began to come together.
Ultimately our claim was resolved to our satisfaction. We whole heartedly recommend SOUTHERN LOSS CONSULTANTS to anyone who has suffered a major loss. They brought our family peace, comfort and confidence when we needed it most."
Public and private insured losses were expected to be in the low-digit single billion, due to the regionally low participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). More than 80 percent of damaged homes did not have flood insurance. “August was an active month for global natural disasters, led by two major catastrophes: historic flooding in Louisiana and a major earthquake in central Italy,” Steve Bowen, Impact Forecasting director and meteorologist, said. Indeed, as we enter the final third of 2016, roughly 75 percent of the year’s disaster losses have been uninsured.”
Claims Journal September 9, 2016