My guest, Steve Severaid of GreenSpan Co./Adjusters International, is a licensed Senior Professional Public Adjuster who works to advocate for individuals, communities, and businesses that have suffered major losses.
He joins us today to share how homeowners can avoid the biggest pitfalls in filing claims after a property loss, what homeowners can do now to best prepare themselves for dealing with insurance claims in the future, and how public adjusters can save homeowners money and secure the most favorable outcome from every insurance property claim.
Steve Severaid is a licensed Senior Professional Public Adjuster with over 30 years of experience. He works to advocate for individuals, communities, and businesses that have suffered major losses.
Steve's work has earned him a reputation as a respected industry expert in handling a broad range of residential and commercial property loss claims, ranging from fires, floods, earthquakes, vandalism, tsunamis, and other catastrophic events.
His team, which includes structural engineering experts, inventory specialists, forensic accountants, insurance attorneys, and former insurance claims representatives, works to secure the most favorable outcome from every insurance property claim.
Steve has represented victims of major losses throughout the United States and worldwide; including, but not limited to Thailand, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas, Alaska, and Hawaii.
He is a Principal with Adjusters International and has been with the company since 1992. Steve began his career in the public adjusting field in 1989, working for disaster victims so that they may get their lives in order without the added burden of assembling and documenting their insurance claim.
Steve’s responsibilities within the company include management duties, as well as working as a team leader.
"I am proud to say I have been a part of restoring people’s lives with integrity, passion, purpose and drive for the past three decades. There is no greater reward than helping others when they are at their lowest and helping them stand tall again."
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