Missouri Floods | RGL CAT Response

Catastrophe ResponseJanuary 2016

Insurance / Quantification

Following the severe flooding in Missouri, RGL has activated our experienced Catastrophe Response Team.

Following the severe flooding in Missouri, RGL has activated our experienced Catastrophe Response Team.

As the floodwaters recede and the focus shifts to cleanup, RGL's team in St Louis is prepared to assist with the water's destructive impact, including business interruption.

We stand ready to work with local adjusters and can ensure efficient and expedited services on all claims, including property damage losses, business interruption and extra expense claims of all sizes, scopes and complexities.

For more information, please contact our CAT Response Team members.

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