They'll assist in filing property insurance claims for policyholders and assisting in clean-up of the damages from Hurricane Sandy. “Where here to help and that’s all that matters” said Artie Woodlyn III President of WOODLYN SCHWARTZ. Artie and his property loss consultants plan to spend at least the next 10 weeks helping the East Coast file property insurance claims, following the storm.
"We've been out to aftermaths of a hurricane before but not like Hurricane Sandy," said Woodlyn. "This is the biggest hurricane that's ever happened in history since Hurricane Floyd; at least that's what the news is telling us."Artie Woodlyn III is one of ten WOODLYN SCHWARTZ property loss consultants who serve on the Claims Recovery Team. They received many calls on Tuesday from clients asking them for help and advice during this crisis.
Approximately $20 billion in property damage and $10 billion to $30 billion more in lost business could make Sandy one of the costliest natural disasters on record in the U.S., according to IHS Global Insight, a forecasting firm.
“We have a Hugh claims team, There are over 1,000 property loss consultants spread across PA, NJ, and MD. During natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy, it is vital to provide whatever assistance we can to help property owners get the insurance claims recovery as quickly as possible. Woodlyn Schwartz has a long tradition of helping other during catastrophic events, and our team will work hard in damaged areas on the East Coast" said Woodlyn.
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