How can a Public Adjuster Assist You?

A Public Insurance Adjuster is a licensed professional who is retained by you, to represent YOUR INTEREST and assist you in filing your insurance claim.

The advantage of hiring a Public Insurance Adjuster is knowing that you have an insurance professional working for YOU.


In business since 1977, we have successfully represented thousands of businesses and homeowners throughout central and northern New England.

Proud Member of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters since 1988.

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​Homes and business are often the single biggest investment you will make in your lifetime. When either is damaged it’s important to protect that investment and we provide the services necessary to preserve that property after you have suffered a loss. We maximize your insurance policy to make sure that you receive the benefit of the coverages you have purchased. Protection of assets is very important. Knowing the amount of money that you are owed and how best to present your claim can be crucial in recovering from a damaging fire or water incident.  Suffering a loss is bad enough, don't lose twice.

Our Mission is to represent home and business owners on all types of property damage claims with unparalleled customer service and industry knowledge. We provide skilled negotiation to counter insurance companies while working toward the maximization of our clients’ insurance policy, making sure that they receive the benefit of the coverages they have purchased. We provide pre-loss guidance to the public so they are confident that their assets are protected in the event a loss occurs. 

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We represent your interest when your property suffers damage…
We are retained by the You and work for You. Our function is to review and prepare an estimate of the damages to your Building, personal or business property, and analyze your Loss of Business Income. We meet with the adjusters working for your insurance company. On your behalf, we negotiate a fair and equitable settlement.