Welcome to Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International
As the nation's premier disaster recovery consulting organization, our core focus is maximizing and expediting our clients' financial recovery from insurance and FEMA.
Our public adjusters have offices in Fort Lauderdale and Melbourne, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Baltimore and Rockville, Maryland; New York, New York; Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Richmond and Virginia Beach, Virginia.
We are experienced with the types of natural disasters that strike here, the companies that insure here, and how local claims are handled. We are able to coordinate all emergency service needs (board-up, water extraction, fencing, etc.), allowing you to quickly meet your obligation to mitigate the damages. In addition, because we are part of one of the largest disaster consulting organizations in the world, we can draw on the resources of hundreds of experts and handle even the largest cases.
Goodman-Gable-Gould was formed by three Baltimore public insurance adjusters in 1941. Over the decades, steady growth prompted the addition of our other offices.
In 1985 we, along with a group of leading public adjusting firms in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, foresaw the need for an international network of highly skilled public adjusters who could bring specific expertise to servicing any type of loss, anywhere, at any time. Adjusters International was the result.
Today, over 70 years after our founding, the Goodman family is still at the helm. Our president, Harvey Goodman, SPPA, has been assisting policyholders since 1976.
Harvey Goodman Selected as a Panel Speaker on Construction Claims
GGG/AI President and CEO, Harvey Goodman, has been selected to participate in a panel discussion at the American Conference Institute’s upcoming National Forum on Construction Claims & Litigation. ...
GGG/AI President and CEO, Harvey Goodman, has been selected to participate in a panel discussion at the American Conference Institute’s upcoming National Forum on Construction Claims & Litigation. Taking place February 24-25 in New York City, this is the second year for this specialized construction law conference.
With over 35 years of experience in property insurance, Harvey Goodman has been involved with numerous complex construction insurance claims. Additionally, Harvey writes and lectures on builders risk, collapse coverage, catastrophic claim adjusting, gaps in insurance coverage and other topics.
Goodman will be part of the opening panel addressing “Managing Construction Disputes and Defect Claims, Coverage Issues, Containing Costs and Formulating Litigation Strategies, Settlement Negotiations, and More.” This session will cover many topics, including: construction defect claims and whether it’s covered under the policy; dealing with multiple policies/carriers over various years; and settlement negotiations. Goodman, in particular, will focus on the issues associated with collapse, water damage, design defect exclusion, resulting damage, and Builders Risk vs CGL.
For a schedule of events, complete list of speakers and further information on the conference please visit AmericanConference.com.
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GGG/AI Featured in the Brevard Business News
For 15 years, the Melbourne, Florida office of GGG/AI has proudly been helping policyholders throughout Florida with their commercial property insurance claims. This week’s edition of the Brevard ...
For 15 years, the Melbourne, Florida office of GGG/AI has proudly been helping policyholders throughout Florida with their commercial property insurance claims. This week’s edition of the Brevard Business News highlighted Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International’s public adjusters and the positive impact they have had on the businesses in Brevard County.
Within the article, “Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International marks 15th year in the region” Pat Cuccaro, Senior Vice President of GGG/AI, discusses how public adjusters can be a true asset to a business following a major disaster:
“‘If the policyholder experiences a loss, whether it’s because of a fire, a hurricane, a flood or a broken pipe, for example, it’s the obligation of the policyholder to prove his or her loss to the insurance company, and most people are at a disadvantage. They don’t know how to do that,’” says Cuccaro. “The burden of proof is the policyholder’s responsibility. Public adjusters know the insurance business and are familiar with all the procedures so they can work quickly to expedite payments. …
‘As public insurance adjusters, we remove that level of responsibility of having to prepare the claim and we create a comfort level for the businessowner. The businessowner knows that their damages are going to be measured and evaluated independently of the person writing the check,’ he said.“
To read the full article “Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International marks 15th year in the region” visit the Brevard Business News website. The Brevard Business News is a weekly magazine that has been covering the Brevard business community for more than 30 years.
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