When a catastrophe affects your home or business, it can leave you feeling vulnerable, with many unanswered questions about what to do next. Look to the licensed, bonded and insured professionals at Samson & Associates, Ltd. to assist you in the overwhelming process of documenting, presenting and negotiating your insurance claim.
We represent you, the policy holder and we document all of your real (structure) and contents (personal or business) property, so that you can get your family and/or business life back in order.
For over 10 years Samson & Associates, Ltd. has and continues to provide unparalleled customer service and loss management to property and business owners. From the moment the loss occurs until you are back at home or back in business Samson & Associates, Ltd. will serve your needs and guide you through the very difficult Insurance claims process.
Handling your insurance claim is our business.
As State Licensed Public Adjusters Samson & Associates, Ltd. will prepare, present, negotiate and settle your insurance claim in accordance with the terms and conditions of your insurance policy. We are licensed and regulated by your states Department of Insurance.
How we help.
As a licensed Public Adjusting firm we represent you, the policy holder. The insurance company takes great care in protecting themselves with policy language that you are most likely not familiar with. They are in the risk management business, in other words, they make business/claims decisions on how to minimize their risk.
Samson & Associates, Ltd. is in the loss management business. We make important and calculated business/claims decisions after the loss has occurred. Who would you rather have handling your insurance claim? Someone, who by the very definition of what they do, is going to be managing and minimizing their exposure to the claim? Or, someone who is in the business of managing and maximizing your interests in the claim.
Not convinced yet?
Please continue on to our gallery page where you will find before and after photos, loss settlement photos and some current project photos. Be sure to scroll over the photo for a full description of the loss.