If you have Hurricane Sandy wind damage and have homeowners insurance or if you have flood damage and have flood insurance, United States Adjusters may be able to assist you. As Public Adjusters our main focus is to obtain the the best insurance settlement possible, in the shortest amount of time. For lesser claim amounts (under $50,000) our Public Adjusters are simply not able to assist at this time do to high demand. Our commitment right now is to help those who have suffered the greatest loss and to get them back in their homes or businesses. Being one of the leading Public Adjusting firms in the Nation there is a great demand for our services and not enough of our highly skilled public adjusters to go around. Couple items to note if you do not end up using United States Adjusters.
1) make sure the Public Adjuster you hire has owned and operated a company longer than 5 years, also make sure the firm is a member of NAPIA - www.napia.com the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters - and if they are not members, keep looking. NAPIA's Public Adjusters are held to the highest standards in the industry.
2) Make sure the adjuster your using is well versed with flood coverage and has the knowledge about what is covered and what is not. Not every Public Adjuster has worked a flood loss, let alone a hurricane losses like Sandy, especially in New York or New Jersey. United States Adjusters are considered experts in both Hurricane and Flood losses having adjusted thousands of flood and hurricane losses over the years.
Final note: If you only have flood damage but you do NOT have flood insurance we cannot assist. You will need to contact FEMA at: www.fema.gov or 1-800-621-3362. Our Public Adjusters are only able to work with flood victims that have residential and business flood insurance and for Hurricane victims, a wind damage insurance policy is needed in order to assist homeowners and business owners that suffered wind damage from Hurricane Sandy. Lastly, if your basement was the only area in your home or business that was flooded and you do have flood coverage, our public adjusters will NOT be able to to assist you as the cap on basement flooding is so limited on what the National Flood Insurance Program will pay.