NFA can help business owners recover lost revenue
Business Income is extremely difficult to prove because of its theoretical nature, and as the period of interruption is analyzed, there are many different factors that may need to be considered, like changes in marketing and pricing.
Questions we can answer:
- How is the value of my damage stock determined?
- What if I lose my clients as a result of being out of operation?
- I do not own the building I operate out of, what am I responsible for as far as repairs?
- Can I find an alternate location to operate from while we rebuild the structure?
- What will happen to my employees?
How We Can Help
What is a public adjuster?
A public claims adjuster is a professional, licensed by the department of insurance. We protect the public by serving as an advocate for the policyholder against their own insurance company throughout a property damage claim process.
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What We Do
Free consultation at your property
Complete review of current insurance policy
Schedule meetings with your insurance company
Ensure insurance company gives you the coverage you deserve
Settle your claim much faster and for a larger amount
As the frequency and intensity of wildfires continue to rise in Canada, homeowners and commercial property owners may be left to face the devastating aftermath of these natural disasters. A public adjuster can help you through an insurance claim.
Experiencing property damage can be a stressful and overwhelming experience for any property owner, whether it's a business or a high-value home. Documenting the damage is essential for insurance claims and restoration efforts, but it can be challenging to know where to start.
When temperatures dip to extreme cold, your property is at risk from frozen pipes and water damage. Our public adjusting team is here to help home or business owners who find themselves dealing with significant damage left by a burst pipe.