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United Public Adjusters: Supporting the Local Queens Community

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True neighborhoods enjoy a sense of community built on years of mutual trust. Bonds created among committed neighbors and community institutions are far stronger than the potential destructive power of a storm. Like you, the professional adjusters at United Public Adjusters are genuine members of the communities we serve.

We are completely immersed and invested in the people of Queens.

When a disaster strikes our neighborhood, we are uniquely equipped and prepared to assist in facing the restoration process head-on. We sympathize with each of our neighbors and are eager to put our distinctive set of skills to work to help restore our community when faced with insurance claims. Whether a school has suffered a fire, a religious institution has sustained storm damage, or a local business is struggling with the effects of a denied insurance claim, United Public Adjusters is on call as their advocates. We don’t just proudly serve Queens, we are part of the neighborhood.

Our dedication to bettering our local community extends far beyond our service as public adjusters. The concept of action speaking louder than words is part of our credo at United Public Adjusters. This is apparent by a wide number of community outreach participation efforts we participate in and encourage more of our Queens neighbors to take action during these unprecedented times of uncertainty.

An organization that United Public Adjusters has recently donated $3,000 to support COVID-19 relief efforts is the Bridge Care Coordination Program. The program serves close to 1000 adults with behavioral health and complex medical conditions across Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan. The men and women who are members of the program live in private apartments, homes, congregate care facilities, or are homeless. The Care Coordination Program comprises nearly 30 Care Coordinators who work closely with the members to ensure they are connected with services to support their health and wellness. The Care Coordinators address the medical and behavioral health needs of members as well as assisting them with issues including food insecurity, housing, and child care. The program works closely with City and State partners as well as with a multitude of other community based organizations.

Due to COVID-19, The Bridge needs your support more than ever, so they may continue to bring essential services to New Yorkers every day. The Bridge has responded to the new reality of COVID-19. With close to 500 employees, they have transitioned to remote work and telehealth services for their clients. Their goal is to keep our clients safe, healthy, and engaged and ensure that staff is safe and healthy as well. Please support the Bridge so they can continue to provide essential services to the vulnerable population. Your donations will support the Bridge programs that offer mental health services, substance abuse treatment, housing, vocational services, and creative therapies to over 3,500 New Yorkers each year.

To find out how you can donate or volunteer, call 212-663-3000.

Our efforts don’t end there as we continue to set an example of being a good neighbor by providing gift donations through the holiday season. Rest assured, our dedication to the Queens community won’t end there as these trying times call for a redoubling of efforts in being a good neighbor. We look forward to ongoing and considerable participation throughout the new year and beyond. We at United Public Adjusters are immersed in bettering Queens.

After all, it’s our neighborhood too!

As an advocate for property owners, United Public Adjusters manages all facets of property insurance claims nationwide to ensure a quick, fair, and equitable property claim settlement. When unforeseen property damage occurs we help get you back on your feet. Call or email us at our Ozone Park, Queens office with any questions at 1-800-718-LOSS


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