NEC Claims Offers Free Service and Support to Texas Tornado Victims

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NEC Claims announced today that they will be doing their part to help victims of the Austin tornados by offering its professional claims services at NO CHARGE to Churches, Synagogues, and Community Centers in Texas that were damaged by the recent storm activity.

NEC Claims announced today that they will be doing their part to help victims of the Austin tornados by offering its professional claims services at NO CHARGE to Churches, Synagogues, and Community Centers in Texas that were damaged by the recent storm activity. NEC’s team of licensed public adjusters, engineers, accountants and inventory specialists will be on hand to assist these organizations in receiving all that they are entitled to.

“We empathize with the victims in Texas,” said Daniel Odess, President of NEC Claims. “Our main office has been in South Florida since 1988 and we’ve seen more than our fair share of tornado damage. We want to help and offer our expertise to the Austin community in their time of need.”

For over 20 years NEC Claims and sister-company East Coast Public Adjusters have overseen insurance claims for residential, business, commercial and industrial properties, condo units, condo associations, boat owners and marinas. NEC works on behalf of property owners to make sure that insurance claims are fully and properly documented, policy guidelines and procedures are carefully observed, damage assessments are thorough and accurate and deadlines for filing critical information are met. NEC uses state-of-the-art software and their experienced team of professionals to accurately analyze and adjust losses fairly and efficiently. Clients typically recover amounts more than 700% higher than their insurance companies offered to pay them.

If you or someone you know are interested in NEC’s services or just has a question for an experienced Claims Adjusters, simply send contact NEC toll free at 855-34-STORM.

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