Don’t let your insurer underpay or delay your
Insurance Claim Settlement


Business owners trust the licensed public adjusting firm Insurance Claim Recovery Support, LLC (ICRS).

We are one of the country’s oldest and leading Commercial and Multifamily insurance claim specialists with over $100M in claims settled fairly and promptly.

We exclusively represent the interests of and advocate on behalf of policyholders and we’re not attorneys or contractors.

Policies typically require you to file your insurance claim promptly.

The settlement process can be taxing.

Interpretation of policy language, settlement negotiations and meeting the burden of proving what you are rightfully owed can frustrate you to a point where you may even think about using your insurance company.

Almost everyone we’ve ever helped felt the same frustration you do and very often we help policyholders successfully avoid unnecessary litigation.

If you are dealing with a large commercial or multifamily property damage insurance claim, I urge you to consider the possibility of protecting your interests, being proactive and do not wait or waste your valuable time dealing with an insurance claim that you anticipate may be delayed or underpaid.

100% of the claims we represent have resulted in faster and/or higher settlements than the insurer’s original offer and we work on contingency, no recovery no fee.

Everybody deserves a fair settlement, but the expertise required to successfully navigate the claim process is best left to experts who know how to win the repair vs. replace disputes associated with hail insurance claims.

Insurance companies are for-profit businesses. Minimizing your claim increases their profits. Why allow your carrier’s hired adjuster to document and settle your claim when they don’t represent your interests?

Whatever stage your insurance claim is in, we solve insurance claim problems. I look forward to answering any insurance claim questions you may have.


WE EXCLUSIVELY REPRESENT THE INSURED

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