Hurricane Florence essentially destroyed our Sanctuary, Administrative offices, Meeting Rooms, Kitchen, Choir Room, and more.

We secured the services of AmeriClalms shortly after a disastrous contract with a remediation company and on-going obstacles with our insurance carrier. Grant Miller was assigned to support HUMC and we will always be grateful for his assignment and professionalism. Grant guided the HUMC Board of Trustee through the process; assigned actions items, reviewed and counseled us against our assignments conducted all communication with our insurance carrier – all with the goal of a fair and equitable claim settlement. He also saved us >$100k with the remediation company as they had inflated services and costs associated.

We have learned more than we ever thought possible about the intricacies of catastrophic claims and the timeframe associated with a final settlement. Without AmeriClaims / Grant’s leadership and tireless support, we are confident that we would have not been able to reach the fair and equitable settlement with our insurance carrier. We can say with confidence that Grant Miller, and AmeriClaims as a whole, earned all fees associated with this claim.

Mark Henderson

Vice Chair – Hampstead United Methodist Church Board of Trustees

Natural Disaster Recovery


Things to do after a storm or hurricane damages your home

In the aftermath of a natural disaster or severe storm, there are certain steps that need to be taken in order to put the pieces of your life back together. AmeriClaims is ready to handle all your post-storm insurance claims with decades of experience and expertise at your service. 

When your home sustains damage from any type of storm or a hurricane, there are some essentials that every homeowner needs to know. If your home was impacted by hurricane or any other storm, here is a look at what you should know and do.

  • Emergency Repairs – It is important to do what you can to keep your home from sustaining more damage. such as covering a hole in the roof with a tarp or boarding up broken windows. Mitigating damage after a storm can help with a claim because the insurance company cannot attribute what damage may have occurred after an actual storm.
  • Report your claim – Once the damage is done, do not wait to report your insurance claim. There is a proper protocol to follow and lagging behind could cause you to receive less compensation than you deserve. Insurance companies will try to question claims if there is any kind of delay, so it pays to report right away. AmeriClaims always has associates standing by to help you through this process and we can advise you on the appropriate action to take.
  • Don’t throw things away – The initial thought after a storm is to start throwing away damaged items. However, there is a set protocol for clearing disaster areas. AmeriClaims can make sure you practice the appropriate cleanup measures to ensure you get the most for your claim.
  • Relocate to a safe place – An insurance claim is not going to be settled overnight. Once damage to your home has been done, relocate to stay in a safe location. Any injuries that occur while you are staying in a damaged home will not be covered under your claim. The conditions could also be very hazardous to your health.

It is also important to assess your damage and determine whether it is flood or wind related. Insurance coverage is different for each peril and it’s important to make sure you are fully covered in the event of a disaster.

Sorting out all these intricacies of what to do after storm damage is not easy for homeowners and that is why it is important to call a public adjuster you can trust. AmeriClaims handles storm and hurricane claims in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Florida.

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