Settling property damage insurance claims since  2012

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Agriculture

Agriculture property damage insurance Claims

Restore your structures, facilities, crops, livestock, and business operations with an experienced team that understands the complexities of agriculture property damage.

Why hire a public adjuster?

Receive a fair settlement with a team of claim advocates who understand Agriculture property damage.

Agriculture property damage insurance claims are possibly some of the most complex and specialized claims. Not only can you experience damage to physical structures and facilities, but also to animals and crops that are hugely important to your production and revenue. Add to that potential business interruption expenses, slashes to your labor force and lost markets. You need someone with the knowledge and experience to uncover every element of damage and help you recover what is owed under your insurance policy. 

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*For claims handled by C3 Group prior to being filed.

**All numbers represent averages over the last three years.

Not the same-old Insurance claim settlement approach

You can’t trust a public adjuster. At least not one that tosses random numbers to the insurance company and drags out your claim in the process. We handle your claim with full transparency and accuracy from start to finish because we know that what you need.

Step 1

Inspection

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Negotiation

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Estimation

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Settlement

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Preparation

What Our Clients Are Saying about how we handled their Agriculture property damage claims

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* C3 Group’s Public Adjusting services vary in Louisiana due to state law.