Inspecting and Adjusting Hurricane Sandy Claims in New York and New Jersey

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Trinity Insurance Services ( http://trinityclaims.com ) is an independent insurance adjusting company and third party administrator with a nationwide network poised to meet the needs and demands of today’s risk environment.

Independent Claims Adjusting after Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey (October 2012). Trinity Insurance Services have a team of dedicated property and casualty adjusters to handle all claims. We have the experience, technology, processes and people to quickly and efficiently provide catastrophe claims adjusting services. Our claims adjusters were quickly on-the-site to help all those affected and quickly get them back to business. Visit us today.

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Inspecting and Adjusting Hurricane Sandy Claims in New York and New Jersey

  1. 1. www.trinityclaims.comInspecting and Adjusting Hurricane SandyClaims in New York and New Jersey
  2. 2. Trinity Catastrophe department mobilized anddeployed its catastrophe adjuster team to theHurricane Sandy affected areas in New York and NewJersey.www.trinityclaims.comOur adjusters are on the ground in NY & NJ and havealready started the adjustment process forpolicyholders. The “super storm” reached catastrophiclevels that none of us could have imagined.»»
  3. 3. Wind and storms have damaged residential/commercial propertiesand automobiles. Business interruption losses are high forcommercial entities. Residents are now trying to rebuild theirdamaged homes/offices.www.trinityclaims.comIn the aftermath of Sandy, problems such as transportationshutdowns, waters and evacuations, will continue to be a challengefor people.»»
  4. 4. Our CAT claims adjusting team has systems and processes in place whichallows our adjusters to mobilize quickly and be on site quickly. Wind andstorms have damaged residential/commercial properties andautomobiles. Business interruption losses are high for commercialentities.www.trinityclaims.comTrinity Insurance Services Group has managed several large catastropheincidents - we have the experience, technology, processes and people toquickly and efficiently provide catastrophe claims adjusting services.»»
  5. 5. In the United States, Hurricane Sandy affected at least 24 states, fromFlorida to Maine and west to Michigan and Wisconsin, with particularlysevere damage in New Jersey and New York.www.trinityclaims.com
  6. 6. Date: 26th October 2012Place: New JerseyDate: 26th October 2012Place: New JerseyGovernor Chris Christie said the loss was "going to be almostincalculable...The devastation on the Jersey Shore is probably going to bethe worst weve ever seen." President Obama signed an emergencydeclaration for New Jersey.www.trinityclaims.comNew Jersey
  7. 7. Following losses were confirmed in New Jersey (NJ):www.trinityclaims.com Sandy struck land near Atlantic City, New Jersey, around high tide, whippingup a storm surge that ripped apart piers on the Jersey Shore. The state was hit the hardest by power outages, and more than 2 millioncustomers were without electricity, according to CNNs tally. The effects of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey in 2012 were severe, withlosses to businesses of up to $30 billion. According to CNN, motorists lined up in front of service stations for blocks topurchase gas in the town of Hazlet, NJ. Others, on foot, stood in long lines,holding red canisters, waiting their turns to fill them up. It will take weeks for rail service to resume on the coastline, according toNew Jersey Transit Rail. Downed trees covered the tracks in many areas,ripping down power lines with them, while other sections of track arewashed out. Service on the Northeast Corridor Line also remains suspended. A 50 feet of the Atlantic City boardwalk was wiped out by strong waves. United Airlines accounts for more than two thirds of the flights at NewarkLiberty International Airport, where more than 2,600 flights were canceleddue to Hurricane Sandy.
  8. 8. Date: 27th October 2012Place: New YorkDate: 27th October 2012Place: New YorkOn October 28, President Barrack Obama signed an emergency declarationfor the state of New York.www.trinityclaims.comNew York
  9. 9.  New York City subway flooding: 7 East River Tunnels affected. New YorkCity MTA Chairman Joseph J. Lhota released a statement declaringHurricane Sandy the most "devastating" disaster in the subways 108-yearhistory. More than 80 houses were lost in a large blaze in Breezy Point, Queensafter Sandy pushed a storm surge ashore. New York Stock Exchange was closed down for two consecutive days.Stock markets were closed due to weather for the first time in manyyears. Economic damage from Hurricane Sandy could top $18 billion for NewYork state. Flight-tracking service Flight Aware reported cancellations by majorcarriers including American Airlines, United and Delta into and out ofthree area air ports in New York, the nations busiest airspace. Hurricane Sandy knocked down power lines and flooded residentialstreets. New York area residents suffered without electricity. Thousandswere without electricity in Metro area.Following losses were confirmed in New York (NY):www.trinityclaims.com
  10. 10. We are able to respond to your adjusting needs whenever andwherever they occur because of our 24-hour access, our highlyexperienced staff, and our nationwide network of adjusters.www.trinityclaims.com• 24-hour Access• Experienced Staff• Nationwide Network• Single Source Contact• 24-hour Access• Experienced Staff• Nationwide Network• Single Source ContactOur property and casualty adjusters are doing everything they can toinspect, adjust and close claims.
  11. 11. Contact us today for your insuranceclaims handling and we will help yousettle claims quickly and accurately.www.trinityclaims.com
  12. 12. Twitterwww.trinityclaims.com888.370.8484Fax to 800.978.2650EmailFacebook

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