Anyone who suffers damage from a hurricane will be thankful if they have homeowners or windstorm coverage and flood insurance. But much work lies ahead. Filing claims for major damage can be a full-time job because you must document every loss and negotiate a fair settlement. Omissions and missteps you make can mean a lower payout.

That’s where public insurance adjusters come in. These professionals manage the claim for you in exchange for a fee or percentage of the insurance payout. While insurance company adjusters represent the insurer’s interests, public insurance adjusters represent you. Their job is to get you every dollar to which you’re entitled.


Which Came First: the Chicken, the Egg or the Hurricane?

While debates wax and wane in newspaper headlines, the harsh reality for thousands of policyholders in the wake of Hurricane Katrina centers around an age-old issue: which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or in this case, is it the wind damage or the tidal surge?



Do you feel most insurance companies pay their claims fairly and promptly?

We recently learned nearly 40% of all Business owners, 52% of Business Interruption, and 26% of all other Commercial Property insurance claims from Harvey were closed with no payment. See page 12 in the link below from Texas Department of Insurance: Texas Department of Insurance Hurricane Harvey Data Call


  • As of the data reporting date 10/31/17, Hurricane Harvey generated about 717,000 claims.
  • Insurers have made about$7.7 billion in claim payments (paid losses), and insurers estimate they will ultimately pay out a total of $19.4 billion.
  • Over 85 percent of all commercial property claims were in the Coastal Bend and Houston.
  • Thousands of these claims were either closed with no payment or are still open.
  • The charts and data below are excerpts from the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) Hurricane Harvey Data Call related to Commercial Property insurance claims.


Download Texas Dept. of Insurance Hurricane Harvey Data Call


Have you given up on your insurance claim settlement?

If you are STILL dealing with a delayed or underpaid insurance claim, we can help you. The public adjusters at Insurance Claim Recovery Support are currently offering a FREE claim review for Commercial and Multifamily property managers & owners dealing with delayed, underpaid or denied Harvey insurance claims.

Click the button below for a FREE 2nd opinion of your commercial or multifamily insurance claim and find out if you got a fair settlement or if we can reopen or supplement your claim with No Recovery, No Fee terms!

 Free Commercial Claim Review

Our insurer has unreasonably delayed or underpaid your claim settlement. We exclusively represent the Insured policyholder settle property damage insurance claims. If you are dealing with any of the following issues, please reply to this email.

  1. Your insurer has unreasonably ignored your reasonable claim settlement requests.
  2. Your insurer has failed to provide you with a reasonable explanation of why your claim settlement is delayed or underpaid.
  3. Your insurer has not reimbursed you for mitigation damages or code upgrades.
  4. Your insurer has not paid your business interruption claim properly.
  5. Your insurer has not performed a proper investigation.
  6. You have not documented your claim damages.
  7. Your contractor is not getting anywhere with your insurer. Note: Contractors are not licensed in Texas and are not authorized to negotiate insurance claims. Your insurer knows this and will not settle claims with contractors.
  8. You are considering suing your insurance company but are concerned about the New Texas Insurance Claim Laws that went into effect on September 1, 2017.
  9. You feel like your insurer has utilized abusive bad faith or underhanded insurance claim handling practices to delay and underpay your claim.
  10. You are considering or your insurer has invoked appraisal.
  11. You feel stuck or overloaded. Don’t get caught up in the claim game. Strongly consider retaining ICRS to represent your interests. We are ethical, experienced, licensed, headquartered in Texas, and large loss specialists who consistently increase the insurer’s initial settlement offers. We have settled millions of dollars for the commercial property owners and management companies since Harvey made landfall.

Are you going to sit and wait for your insurance company to Underpay or Delay your Claim Settlement without a fight?

Policyholders Trust Insurance Claim Recovery Support to handle their property damage insurance claims.

If you want to make sure that you get what you deserve, you can have your claim handled by professionally licensed policyholder advocates with experience and credentials:

  • Extensive Commercial & Multifamily Building claim handling experience.
  • Haag certified commercial roof inspectors.
  • IICRC Certified Water Damage Restoration Technician.
  • 10% Contingency fee agreement – a fraction of the cost & time of an attorney.
  • No Recovery, No Fee.
About Us

Insurance claims can be confusing and frustrating! Delays and underpayments cost you time and money. Insurance Claim Recovery Support compels insurers to perform! Put our years of experience and success removing the burden of policyholders’ duties to perform under their policy and streamlining the recovery process. When ICRS represents your insurance claim interests we settle it “pro-policyholder” on behalf of YOUR INTERESTS, the insured!

Apartment and Commercial building owners, operators, and vendors trust ICRS licensed public insurance adjusters to get settled!

ICRS, please call me at 832-725-2878 with any questions or schedule your free claim review.



Scott Friedson – CEO
TX Public Insurance Adjuster #1632488
OK Public Insurance Adjuster #0100118599
Insurance Claim Recovery Support
TX Public Adjusting Agency #1670060
Cell: 832-725-2878
Office: 512-904-9900
Toll-Free 855-203-2226

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In Texas, public adjusters are licensed by the state. If someone tells you they are a public adjuster (PA), make them prove it. Sadly, you can’t just take their word for it. Ask for a photo ID and their Texas license number. It wouldn’t hurt to snap a photo of both for your documentation.

(MoneyWatch) A few days ago I wrote about how to challenge the first offer from your insurance company with respect to a claim you have filed. In that column, I stressed the importance of carefully reviewing the adjuster’s report and using the documentation you gathered to make your case for a larger settlement.

But if you have a very large insurance claim or there is a significant difference between what the adjuster says the insurance company will pay and what you believe should be paid under your policy, you may want to consider getting a professional to help.


We encourage small businesses to take a look at policies every 2-3 years to ensure they’re properly covered. Prevention is also key: owners should evaluate possible threats to the business, develop recovery plans, and test those plans all in advance.

Scott Lacourse, a contributing writer for the Boston Business Journal, makes a crucial note in relation to small businesses:



Hail Season is Here.
Did you know most property owners don’t even know that they have hail damage on their roofs!
Don’t let your insurance company get out of paying you what you deserve.


Let ICRS Help You

Public insurance adjusters evaluate property loss on behalf of a policyholder and help them file insurance claims in exchange for a fee. They are licensed professionals who work for individuals and businesses – not insurance companies – and can add tremendous value by getting the most out of an insurance policy’s coverage.

What Is A Public Insurance Adjuster?

Public insurance adjusters are the only property loss professionals who work on behalf of policyholders. Individuals and businesses hire public insurance adjusters when they need assistance initially filing a claim or feel a claim amount offered by an insurance company is incorrect.



For survivors, there are so many things to tend to after a disaster like
Hurricane Harvey. Not the least of which, for insured home and business
owners, is documenting and proving their property and business losses
for their insurance claim.


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Get a Fair Settlement on Your Dallas Hail Claim

Multifamily & Commercial building owners, operators & contractors in McKinney, Wiley; Prosper and Allen, Texas areas…

Contact us to handle your large property damage hail insurance claims now. Avoid costly delays & low-ball settlement offers.

Our seasoned local Dallas public adjusters exclusively represent the insured. 

Policyholders trust ICRS to compel insurers to perform. We settled over $40M in claims last year.

Contact me (1-855-203-2226) to learn how we can help you recover fairly and promptly or visit