NAPIA is extremely proud to announce that at our Annual Meeting in June, Past President Raymond Altieri Jr., of Altieri Transco American Claims, has been named our "Man of the Year".
Did you receive a small discount on your insurance policy in exchange for agreeing to accept that any work on a possible claim be completed by a contractor preferred by the...
Florida Public Adjuster Offering Commercial Insurance Claim Assistance in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew
Altieri Transco American Claims, one of the nation’s top public adjusting firms and a leader in handling insurance...
Florida commercial enterprises are vulnerable to devastating financial losses should there be loss like a fire, as this can bring operations to a full stop. Property owners need to act quickly to address the loss, or they will run the risk of disruption of the marketability of their products.
In this video segment from “The Property Man,” Bob Massi discusses why it is so important to understand the ins and outs of your homeowners insurance when disaster strikes. He supported the discussion with an interview with Lou Holtz regarding the fire loss at his Lake Nona home.
Altieri Transco American Claims, a public adjuster serving clients in Tampa Bay as well as the better part of Florida, announced on Wednesday that it would be including articles on its websites regarding the Florida tropical storm season.
Real estate investors would like to know their Florida property is insured against unforeseen damages. The last thing any real estate investor wants to do after an emergency is argue over an insurance claim.
A commercial or home fire will often cause different types of damage and, to the inexperienced eye, much of it can go undetected. The multiple potential effects from fire damage include: Water damage. Smoke damage. Destruction from firefighters attempting to enter the structure.
The scope of loss: A scope of loss is a document or multiple documents and measurements that explain the amount and type of damage that has been done to your Tampa home. A scope of loss is outside the skills of your general contractor: The scope of loss represents the total damage expense including hard costs, supervision fees, overhead and profit, common and complex insurance policy claim payment precedent required to replicate your Tampa home.