NFA helps Hardwood Ski and Bike resort recover after fire

Written by: NFA Public Adjusters

NFA helps Hardwood Ski and Bike resort recover after fire

Fire can be devastating to any business. Damage from smoke, flames, and water can force you to keep your doors closed and threaten the survival of your business.

On Christmas Day in 2017, the Hardwood Ski and Bike Resort in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, was struck by fire, forcing the owners to shut down operations.

Not long after the fire, the Board of Directors hired NFA to help them navigate an insurance claim that ended up taking more than two years to settle.

Our team of public adjusters worked quickly to guide them through the process.

"The hurdles and resistance that the insurance company placed before us seemed insurmountable, but with David LeBlanc and NFA acting on our behalf, we managed to survive the incredibly stressful and unfair practices of the insurer," said Gareth Houben, President and General Manager, Hardwood Ski and Bike.

The fire, which was determined to be accidental, tore through a portion of the main chalet. 

NFA's team of experts surveyed the property and worked to create a detailed damage report for the insurance claim. Our team then worked directly with the insurance company to negotiate a fair and successful settlement that helped the resort reopen. 

"I can't imagine how things would have turned out without the help of NFA. They were there for us from the beginning, right through the end," said Houben.

If you own a business that suffers any type of damage calling NFA can save you countless hours and thousands of dollars. Our company specializes in commercial property claims.

NFA is Canada's first and oldest public adjusting firm, and we have represented property owners in insurance claims for nearly 100 years.

When you hire NFA you get the insurance settlement you deserve, and we can settle your claim much faster than you will on your own. You can contact NFA 24/7 by calling 800.790.2622.

Read the entire testimonial letter from Hardwood Ski and Bike here.

SOURCE: Barrie Today