ALL SEASONS ADJUSTING
ADJUSTERS OF FLOOD CLAIMS
ABOUT ALL SEASONS ADJUSTING
All Seasons Adjusting was formed by Michael Carli of Carli Associates Inc. to provide flood claims adjusting services to WYO’s, flood servicing vendors and self-insured’s. ASA provides flood adjusting services nationwide.
Exceeding expectations, it’s not our motto, it’s the way we do business.
As a FEMA Certified Flood Adjuster and the owner of a flood specific adjusting company, I do care about the success of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) along with the sustainability for all stakeholders. Too many people have a tendency to compound the problems of the NFIP verses providing solutions. I am one of the people looking for solutions... View Article
All Seasons Adjusting, Inc. has partnered with the Restoration Technical Institute for the use of their flood house.
“Tools for Successful Flood Adjusting” is the focus for the 2014 All Seasons Adjusting, Inc. Workshop to be held on June 17th and 18th at Whitford Country Club, Exton, Pennsylvania. During this workshop we will be providing the attendees insight relative to organization, communication, knowing the flood file details, estimating accuracy along with customer service expectations. We will be featuring... View Article
“I have just experienced flooding in my home or business, what do I do?” We receive this question hundreds of times during a flooding event and want to provide some basic guidance on how to proceed until you meet with your flood adjuster. So you have just experienced a flood and your home is deemed safe to enter by either... View Article
All Seasons Adjusting will be holding a two day workshop for adjusters who want to know the “nuts and bolts” of the flood adjusting process. This workshop will include, how does one get a flood assignment, what is a FNOL, how to organize your flood claim work load, how to effectively set expectations and communicate with the policy holders, completing a... View Article
Flood Past 2011 year: As 2011 winds down, there were over 54,129 flood losses in the month of August 2011, in which Hurricane Irene accounted for over 40,634 of these losses. In September 2011, there were over 14,801 flood losses in which Tropical Storm Lee accounted for over 8,961 of these losses. Flood Present 2012: Due to the mild winter in... View Article