Disaster Recovery Property Damage Claims
Who Covers The Costs Of A Disaster?
When a disaster strikes, organizations and communities face a different challenge every moment, encountering a new crisis at every turn. Who will cover the costs?
- Our Tidal Basin team of experts successfully help organizations, governments, and communities navigate through the complicated disaster recovery process.
- Our knowledge and proactiveness help you develop and implement a Total Solution® that unites the property insurance and FEMA portions of your disaster recovery into one financial recovery strategy for your immediate and long-term needs.
Your Insurance Settlement Is First
To prevent delay, an accurate understanding of your anticipated insurance settlement is necessary to help move your FEMA grant forward. The two processes take different perspectives on everything from what’s eligible to how it’s quantified. Our disaster recovery experts understand both the FEMA and insurance recovery processes and help you establish a well-documented insurance claim as the basis for your recovery.
The Right Foundation For Your Claim To FEMA
Successfully recovering all of your eligible costs requires a full understanding of not only the basics of the program, but of how insurance and FEMA complement one another. No one understands this interaction better than our team. We know the proper way to prepare project worksheets and what systems need to be in place to accurately track and account for all monies spent on the disaster.
We deliver this key knowledge and experience together with unwavering client advocacy to help you receive all the funding you are entitled to from both your insurance claim and FEMA.
Our Total Solution® Recovery Services
We successfully help organizations, governments, communities, not-for-profits, and private sector clients navigate through the complicated disaster recovery process. Our unmatched knowledge helps you develop and implement a Total Solution® that unites the property insurance and FEMA portions of your disaster recovery into one comprehensive financial recovery strategy.
Compliance With FEMACompliance With FEMACompliance with FEMA funding procurement guidelines and other special considerations, including environmental issues.
Reconciling FEMAReconciling FEMAReconciling FEMA and insurance recoveries.
Hazardous MitigationHazardous MitigationMaximizing hazard mitigation opportunities.
Total Financial Recovery StrategyTotal Financial Recovery StrategyImplementation of a proactive total financial recovery strategy that addresses the immediate and long-term rebuilding needs.
Reimbursement & AuditReimbursement & AuditEstablishing guidelines for reimbursement and audit compliance.
Project WorksheetsProject WorksheetsPreparing accurate project worksheets in a FEMA acceptable format, which include scopes of work and valid cost estimates.
Funding PlanFunding PlanDevelopment of a full funding plan to support your vision for rebuilding.
Determining EligibilityDetermining EligibilityEnsuring all eligible costs and damages have been identified and reported to the State and FEMA.
Documentation of Debris RemovalDocumentation of Debris RemovalDocumentation of debris removal, force account, and contract labor.
Site InspectionSite InspectionThorough on-site inspection of damaged property and facilities.
Database SystemsDatabase SystemsDevelopment of state-of-the-art accounting and database systems.
FEMA Grant CloseoutFEMA Grant CloseoutProviding FEMA Grant closeout assistance.
The Benefits of Working With Our Professionals
Immediate ResponseOur team responds within 24-72 hours of a request for assistance.
Direct ExperienceOur staff has a thorough understanding of the FEMA Public Assistance Program. There is no learning curve—only proven delivery.
Systems & ControlsWe deploy state-of-the-art web-based grant management software systems and controls.
Totally EquippedOur employees arrive totally prepared and equipped with the latest technology to effectively get the job done.
Representation & AdvocacyWe represent and advocate for the insured Recipient and Subrecipient, never for FEMA or the insurance company.
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I am happy we hired Tidal Basin to do the heavy lifting in getting our Continuity of Operations plan developed. ... They are true subject matter experts which allowed us to get a proven product while uncovering and addressing the complexities of our large operation. This COOP is now the foundation of our recovery operations following large and small continuity events.
The State of Alaska...[has] a significant investment in the disaster recovery process for both state and federally declared events.... The collaboration with Tidal Basin in these efforts has been so successful and seamless that in most instances applicants and FEMA staff don't even realize we have contractors on board unless we tell them. Our interaction with Tidal Basin staff and managers works and feels like true teammates and the result is a faster, more comprehensive delivery of disaster recovery resources to survivors.
Severe storms dumped massive amounts of rain in the Southern Tier of New York State in the summer of 2006, resulting in widespread flooding.
When Hurricane Katrina struck, bringing with it widespread flooding and damage, the City of Slidell took the brunt of the storm. Located just 30 miles north of New Orleans, the two cities were both hit full-force by the destructive power of the hurricane. Unfortunately for Slidell, the nation first focused on the recovery of New Orleans. The City of Slidell didn't begin its recovery operations under Adjusters International had been hired, bringing the expertise required to turn the recovery process around.
- City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
- Monroe County School District, Florida
- Onondaga County, New York
- City of Duluth, Minnesota
- Greenville Utility Commission, North Carolina
- Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
- City of Slidell, Louisiana
- City of New Orleans, Louisiana
- 3299-EM-NY Severe Winter Storm
- 4085-DR-NY Hurricane Sandy
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