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Nassau & Suffolk County Public Adjusters

Long Island Expert Public Adjusters

Headquarters / Nassau County & Suffolk County, NY Office:  150 Broadhollow Rd. Suite #213, Melville, NY, 11747

When disasters such as flood or fire cause property damage in Nassau County or Suffolk County, handling property insurance claims can become extremely complex, often requiring the insight of a professional public insurance adjuster. In addition, the process of proving your loss can add months to a settlement; making recovery an excruciating process.

In reality, insurance companies often have teams of their own adjusters who are paid to make sure that the insurance companies are able to walk away paying policyholders minimum settlements. The stress of not receiving proper compensation for losses and damages can easily be resolved by having an experienced public adjuster on your side. Have no fear, United is here to help!



    United Public Adjusters & Appraisers is rooted in New York and has negotiated over $100 million in insurance claim settlements, supplement settlements, and denied claim reversals from disasters, including hurricanes and Nor’easters. In fact, we helped many business owners and residential customers with disaster recovery after storms such as Hurricane Irene, Superstorm Sandy, and Hurricane Irma. United Public Adjusters & Appraisers guarantees to negotiate fiercely on your behalf. If your commercial building or residence has recently been affected, don’t hesitate to  reach out to our team.

    When to call a Public Adjuster:

    • The claim is complex, and you just don’t have the knowledge/time to submit a claim.
    • The insurance company is not moving quickly to get you money for recovery.
    • Your business suffered building damage, business personal property damage, resulting in loss of income.
    • You need an advocate on your side to get you a fair and equitable settlement.
    • The insurance company denied your claim.
    • The insurance company unfairly underpaid your claim.

    100 Million In Claim Settlements Across the USA!