We Exclusively Represent Insured Policyholders
Policyholders rely on ICRS to document and estimate exterior and interior property damages, business interruption losses, interpret policy, adjust the claim, and negotiate a prompt and fair settlement with their insurance company.
We do NOT work for insurance companies ever.
We process and negotiate large property damage insurance claim settlements for property owners impacted by Hail, Wind, Fire, Vandalism, Water and other perils.
Our experience includes but not limited to:
- Office Buildings
- Retail Strip Centers
- Industrial Buildings
- Shopping Malls
- Storage Facilities
- Metal Structures
- Other Commercial Buildings
Vendors such as roofers, restoration companies, plumbers and other contractors refer us to policyholders because they know we respect their client relationships and trust our professionalism to ensure their policyholders have an agent who can deliver the advocacy and settlement results deserved.
When damage first occurs to your property, most people’s initial natural response is to “wait and see” what happens with their insurance claim settlement. This is what we refer to as the “Hope Stage”. During this time,a Policyholder hopes that if they wait patiently long enough, they will have an experience like they see on television advertisements for insurance companies and live happily ever after.
However, more sinister forces may be at work trying to delay or deny your insurance claim. Behind nearly every insurance claim lies Carrier Adjusters, Examiners, Engineers, Building Consultants, Labs, Actuaries, Appraisers and Attorneys who all work for the the Insurer. These insurance claim experts work very hard on a daily basis for the interests of their gigantic insurance company employers and take great measures to protect their bottom line. Don’t forget that your Policy is a contract and its language, endorsements, exclusions and provisions were written by an enormous insurance company loaded with adjusters, actuaries, and attorneys in compliance with the state insurance codes.
Insurance companies have experts working for them, you should too! We strongly encourage policyholders to engage with Insurance Claim Recovery Support at the initial stages of a property damage insurance claim. If you are dealing with an insurance claim that has stalled out, been delayed, denied or underpaid, time is of the essence for you to get help. A public adjuster is a state licensed insurance adjuster who solely represents the interest of the policyholder who can level the playing field in the insurance claim process.