Gulf Coast Adjusting handles the following losses:

- Fire Damage
- Hurricane Damage
- Wind Damage
- Flood Damage
- Contents
- Business Interruption
- Water Damage
- Hail
- Tornado Damage
- Farm Related & Crop Damage
- Broken Pipes / Pipe Leaks
- Smoke Damage
- Earthquake
- Water Heater Leaks
- Loss by Collapse
- Sink Holes
- Storm Damage
- Theft
- Vandalism
- Vehicle Hitting a Building
And any other covered loss

After a property loss - What happens next?

When you file a claim, your insurance company will dispatch a claim representative who will be either an Independent or a company adjuster. An Independent adjuster represents multiple insurance companies and a company adjuster works only for one company.

Even though a company adjuster is sent to review your insurance claim, the full responsibility of preparing and proving the claim falls on the insured, not the insurance company. Without assistance, some coverage may be overlooked, structural and contents damages could be missed, and the claim could be drawn out, all leading to a reduction in the final settlement. The company adjuster is primarily concerned with making sure they do not pay any more than they have to.

By keeping the claim process moving forward, and carefully documenting the details, Gulf Coast Adjusting is able to successfully settle insurance claims for the maximum amount owed under the policy in the shortest period of time.

Gulf Coast Adjusting will be with you every step of the way to be your advocate, answer all of your questions, and reduce your anxieties and concerns during a very emotional time. In addition to your financial recovery, we can also recommend companies that you will need for mitigation, restoration and reconstruction.

Licensed for serving all of Louisiana and Mississippi - New Orleans, Covington, Mandeville, Hammond, Slidell, Metairie, Kenner, Baton Rouge, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Jackson, Biloxi and surrounding areas.
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