LAFAYETTE HILL, PA (PRWEB) October 10, 2006
Main Line Adjustment Company (MLA), a preeminent public insurance adjustment and international loss consultant firm announced that they have assisted Universal Health Services, Inc. (“UHS”) in reaching a $264 million settlement related to damage resulting from Hurricane Katrina to three separate hospital campuses in New Orleans, Louisiana.
MLA assisted in the preparation of the claim and led the settlement negotiations with multiple insurance companies. S. Robert Landow, President of MLA said, “We are extremely pleased that we were able to assist UHS in achieving a successful outcome.”
Universal Health Services, Inc. is one of the nation’s largest hospital companies, operating acute care and behavioral health hospitals and ambulatory centers nationwide and in Puerto Rico.
MLA has handled numerous multi-million dollar claims from catastrophic events such as hurricanes, floods, hailstorms and fires. Besides Hurricane Katrina, the company has successfully settled property claims stemming from 9/11, Hurricane Charley and Hurricane Frances in Florida, Hurricane Fran in North Carolina, and Hurricane Georges in Puerto Rico. MLA’s clients include homeowners, small business owners, Fortune 500 companies, and municipalities.
Landow, who founded Main Line Adjustment Company in 1994, focuses his practice on resolving large and/or complex property insurance claims as a result of catastrophic events. A graduate of the University of Maryland, Landow also earned a MBA from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
Main Line Adjustment Company consists of public insurance adjusters and loss consultants that work exclusively for the policyholder. MLA is equipped to handle and has experience with all types of insured property, business interruption and extra expense losses. MLA prides itself on its ability to handle and resolve complex claims issues expeditiously and achieve adjustments that include everything its clients are entitled to under their insurance policies.