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.

We 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.

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Hurricane Arthur Assistance

As Hurricane Arthur nears landfall, the professionals at Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI) are ready to assist those who suffer property damage and business interruption. Since 1941 we have worked ...

As Hurricane Arthur nears landfall, the professionals at Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI) are ready to assist those who suffer property damage and business interruption. Since 1941 we have worked solely for the policyholders that have sustained damage – not for insurance companies. GGG/AI has helped thousands of businesses and homeowners with their loss measurement, claim negotiations and financial recovery. Our teams (110 employees, 11 offices) have extensive storm response experience, gained through our work assessing damages from such hurricanes as: Hugo in 1989; Andrew in 1992; Marilyn, Luis and Opal in 1996; Charlie, Francis, Ivan and Jeanne in 2004; Katrina and Rita in 2005; Gustav and Ike in 2008; Irene in 2011; as well as Tropical Storm Allison in 2001 and Hurricane/Super Storm Sandy in 2012.

We are providing these informational materials for those preparing for the approach of Arthur. Policyholders are encouraged to contact us to see how GGG/AI can help you on the road to recovery: Emergency Telephone number 800.858.3900, Extension 3, or contact Barry Flax at bflax@gggco.com, Cell Phone 301.252.0548.

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Karl Denison Elected as President of National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters

Karl Denison, C.P.P.A., Executive Vice President and Principal of Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI), has been elected as President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) for 2014-2015. ...

Karl Denison, C.P.P.A., Executive Vice President and Principal of Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI), has been elected as President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) for 2014-2015. Since joining NAPIA in 1983, Denison has served on numerous committees and has taken many leadership positions within the Association, most recently serving as First Vice President for the past year. As President, Denison will be active in all facets of NAPIA, including the legislative, education and membership committees.

As a licensed public adjuster, Denison has been handling property insurance claims on behalf of policyholders since 1982. He attained the designation Certified Professional Public Adjuster (C.P.P.A.) from NAPIA in 1990. In addition to his role as Executive Vice President of GGG/AI, Denison is also the GGG/AI Catastrophe Team leader and in this capacity organized their response to many large property loss events, including the 2004 hurricanes Charley, Frances, Ivan & Jeanne; the 2005 hurricanes Katrina and Rita; the 2008 hurricanes Gustav and Ike; and Super Storm Sandy in 2012.

Over the past 63 years, three generations of GGG/AI principals have served in leadership roles within NAPIA, starting with William Goodman—founding member of GGG/AI—who served as the first NAPIA President from 1951-1957. Since then, six others from GGG/AI have served: Norman Goodman, Myron Schwartz, William R. Goodman, Harvey Goodman, Randy Goodman, and now Karl Denison. From the very beginning of NAPIA, GGG/AI has worked hand in hand with the Association to create continuing education opportunities for its members, to support legislation regarding licensing criteria, and to elevate the public adjusting profession as a whole.

“I am pleased to be voted in as President of NAPIA,” says Denison. “This is a very high honor, especially considering I have been elected by my peers, and in some cases my competitors, in the public adjusting field. I look forward to serving all the members for the next year.”

Founded in 1951, the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters promotes the highest standards of professional education, conduct and ethics in the field of public insurance adjusting. NAPIA’s members are committed to working in the best interest of their client—the policyholder—and to conducting business with honesty and integrity.

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