Tony Sherman Joins NEC Claims As The Newest General Adjuster

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NEC Claims, an experienced provider of claims adjustment services for clients throughout the Lone Star State, is proud to announce that Tony Sherman, has joined its team as a general adjuster.

NEC Claims, an experienced provider of claims adjustment services for clients throughout the Lone Star State, is proud to announce that Tony Sherman, has joined its team as a general adjuster.

A graduate of University of Southern California, Mr. Sherman has served as a general adjuster for nine years. In addition to his experience in well-known organizations, including State Farm Insurance and FEMA, he is also well-versed in commercial construction marketing and conflict resolution with a special expertise in disaster housing inspections, as well as being a certified mediator through the South Texas College of Law. Mr. Sherman also brings to the table a strong understanding of broad disaster experience, as well as extensive training in a variety of specialties including floods and wind.

“Mr. Sherman brings with him adjusting experience, vast knowledge on claims, and an expertise working with many storms and floods,” said NEC Claims President Daniel B. Odess. “We have our goals set high and believe that with Mr. Sherman’s help we can continue to provide the best public adjusting services to citizens and businesses throughout the state of Texas.”

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. If you need more information please call (713) 860-4064 or visit our website http://necclaims.com/.

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