we serve all type of customers
People buy residential property insurance to insure a house or the place they live, and their personal things. There are different types of insurance. The kind you buy depends on what you want to protect and whether you rent or own.
Residential property includes:
High rise condos
An insurance policy for businesses and other organizations that insures against damage to their buildings and contents due to a covered cause of loss, such as a fire. On the other hand, a policy for business interruption is an insurance policy that covers loss of income by a business because of a natural disaster. Some properties covered by commercial property and/or business interruption insurance are:
Hotels and resorts
We provide services to government or municipalities in need to claim the insurance against any damage to public properties, for example:
Any other agency and real state property owned
LAW FIRMS, ENGINEERING GROUPS, OTHERS
We can provide expert services in the cases where a Law Firm, Engineering Group, or other types of entities are involved in taking a claim case.
We can work with each of them by providing the bulk of the work surrounding claims, from appraising damage, preparing estimates, and other claim documents, and reviewing insurance policies, so that they have the most accurate information to complete the claim process.
our customer eXPERIENCE
We have helped many customers in different ways with their claims. Here are a few actual claims that we have successfully solved.
The insurance company notified our client via letter that his "claim does not meet the minimum deductible amount". Our client felt lost and frustrated until he hired CAT Adjusters. Our client was able to receive $24,000 for repairs to his home.
Our customer had insurance for "Business Interruption", but the insurance company offered our customer $2,000 to settle the claim. CAT Adjuster was hired to work and we were able to settle the claim for $199,630 to cover business interruption losses.
The condo of 280 families was inspected by personnel from the insurance company. The insurance company flagged the claim as "pre-existent" before the hurricane damaged the property. Under this situation, our customer was offered to settle the claim by $30,000. CAT Adjuster team was able to get $1,298,000 to cover the damages