Receive Maximum Claim Payment
from your insurance company
Managing an insurance claim can be overwhelming. We are trained, experienced and qualified to handle every aspect of your residential or commercial loss.
Your Public Insurance Adjuster
When disaster strikes, life is quickly turned upside down and personal and financial stress can be overwhelming. But what should you do?
After a loss, your insurance company will send out an adjuster to assess the damages and determine how much you get paid. Given all insurance companies are in the business of making money, your insurance company adjuster is directly employed and paid by your insurance company to represent their interest and limit the financial exposure. Profitability can be maintained by controlling the claim process and payment schedule.
So, who’s looking out for your best interest during the claim process?
This is where we come in.
What We Do
We work on YOUR behalf to achieve the best possible settlement from your insurance carrier. Immediately following your loss we:
- Review your policy and advise you of your coverage and rights
- Navigate ALL of the complex insurance issues facing you
- Communicate directly with your insurance carrier to remove the burden from you
- Evaluate, prepare, and adjust your loss
- Advocate on your behalf to ensure that you receive the best possible recovery in the shortest time possible
We work for YOU – the insured – to level the playing field and maximize your claim.
Who We Help
ST. URSULA’S – ST. JOHN
Stark Loss Consultants (SLC) was engaged by the Diocese of the Virgin Islands on September 29, 2017 to represent their interests in the Episcopal Church, amongst others, on St John. The Diocese of the Virgin Islands consists of 14 congregations spread over five islands; St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix – under U.S. jurisdiction, and Tortola and Virgin Gorda – under British rule.
After several months of negotiations, SLC’s steadfast determination and commitment to quality restoration and accurate pricing, a settlement of $1.26 million was reached on behalf of the Diocese.