The Public Adjusters arrive in N.C. to provide insurance claims relief in wake of Hurricane Irene

The insurance policyholder advocate group has brought their knowledgeable and licensed staff to help coastal North Carolina residents navigate through the confusing word of insurance claims
(PR NewsChannel) / August 29, 2011 / WILMINGTON, N.C.  

The Public Adjusters

While thousands of residents were fleeing the North Carolina coastline due to Hurricane Irene, the trusted, friendly staff of the Tampa, Fla.-based The Public Adjusters were arriving to help residents in their communities. Hurricane Irene left power lines down, broken trees, widespread flooding and wind damage in her wake. North Carolina residents will be focused on processing insurance claims for repairs and rebuilding as a result.

While many may not know who or what a public adjuster is, Hurricane Irene victims may soon want to get acquainted with these experts in the field of insurance claims. Rather than tackle the daunting task alone, The Public Adjusters will assist property owners every step of the way to help with Hurricane Irene claims. A public adjuster works for and is paid by the policyholder, not the insurance company, in the negotiation of an insurance claim.

“There are going to be thousands of people filing claims after Irene, and most will wait days, if not weeks, for their insurance company to send out an adjuster,” Kenneth Browne, COO of The Public Adjusters, says. “The waiting game and amount of damage can lead to pure chaos and frustration. It will benefit the consumer to have a reputable, proven and licensed public adjuster working on their behalf.”

However, claimants can’t stop after notifying their insurance companies or hiring public adjusters in the wake of a storm, like Irene. Individuals are responsible for immediately protecting their property against further damages as much as possible, including placing a tarp over a damaged roof or boarding up any broken windows.

The Public Adjusters will arrive in North Carolina today to help with Hurricane Irene-related insurance claims. Their 40’ Class A motor home, the Mobile Claims Unit, will ease the hurricane damage insurance claim process. Additionally, The Public Adjusters have a licensed adjuster answering the phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Hurricane Irene claim help at (800) 572-7914, or through e-mail at

About The Public Adjusters: The Public Adjusters / Insurance Claim Consultants Inc. is a public insurance adjusting firm licensed in 11 states throughout the United States.  The firm works exclusively for the policyholder, ensuring maximum settlement amounts are paid based upon the damage and policy provisions unique to each insurance claim. With over two decades of winning experience and more than 10,000 clients served, the Tampa-based firm of public loss adjusters and insurance consultants specialize in loss assessment adjusting for home and business owners that suffer property loss from hurricane damage, tornado damage, fire and smoke damage, water loss damage, sinkholes, flood damage, hidden decay and business interruption claims. Acting as an ally and personal advocate for its clients during the claims process, The Public Adjusters has negotiated hundreds of millions of dollars- including tens of millions in increased settlements- on behalf of property owners and managers. The firm of independent public loss adjusters boasts a 100% success rate in the re-opening of property insurance claims and has obtained settlements higher than 500% of the insurance company’s original offer. Company principle, Ronald Delo, is considered an industry- expert in property insurance lending his voice and expertise to numerous media outlets such as CNN, NBC and ABC, The New York Times and other media outlets to discuss property insurance issues and topics.


Jane N. Delo
The Public Adjusters
(800) 572-7914

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