Winter Storm Jonas | RGL CAT Response

Catastrophe ResponseJanuary 2016

Insurance / Quantification

After one of the worst winter storms in the Northeast US in over a century, RGL has activated our experienced Catastrophe Response Team.

After one of the worst winter storms in the Northeast US in over a century, RGL has activated our experienced Catastrophe Response Team.

As businesses along the East Coast work to dig out and resume “business as usual,” RGL’s team in New York is prepared to assist with the snow’s damaging impact, including business interruption losses.

We stand ready to work with local adjusters and can ensure efficient and expedited services on all claims, including damage to businesses, structures and automobiles and the high costs incurred due to business interruption.

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

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