The Present Becomes Pertinent When Disaster Strikes a Museum
Museums hold a wealth of valuable knowledge, non-replicable by any other organization. Rooms are filled with relics of the past, including artwork, paintings, antique cars, jewelry and other precious stones, tapestries, and sculptures; illustrating the strides this earth has made over our existence. Each item holds irreplaceable value. If ever destroyed, no one will ever be able to reach back into the past to recover what has been lost.
If a fire, flood, frozen pipes, sinkholes or a hurricane destroys these artifacts; history will be gone forever. The stories will slowly deplete without a visual reminder of what humanity once was. In addition, many museums also include theatres with millions of dollars in equipment alone. When museums experience a devasting tragedy, hundreds of thousands of citizens are left disheartened and broken and with its doors closed, museums suffer income loss.
United Public Adjusters & Appraisers, Inc. is expertly versed in business interruption claims and can help museums and their respective cultural organizations recoup insurance funds in order to resume operations as quickly as possible.