June 23, 2017

Pamlico County NC – Public Adjuster NC Services

ORIENTAL, NC – American Property Loss Services, Inc, based in Raleigh, NC, has setup onsite temporary Public Adjuster NC Services headquarters in Pamlico County, NC to handle property damage claims from Hurricane Irene. After seeing the initial damage from Hurricane Irene, it was decided that the best course of action to provide timely NC public adjuster services was to setup an onsite headquarters in Oriental, NC inside the heavily affected Pamlico County area of  North Carolina. Residents of nearby Craven County, North Carolina will also be able to contact American Property Loss Services for fast and efficient Public Adjuster NC services from their temporary headquarters in Pamlico. American Property Loss Services can be contacted at 252.497.2750.

Map of Pamlico County North Carolina With Municipal and Township Labels

Map of Pamlico County North Carolina With Municipal and Township Labels

In addition to wind damage, heavily affected Pamlico County was also subject to large amounts of flooding.When Hurricane Irene moved through the area on August 27, 2011, the storm surge pushed large amounts of water back into the North Carolina sound areas flooding many coastal areas. American Property Loss NC public adjusters will be working with residents and property owners in Pamlico County to advise those affected by the hurricane damage including flood damage, wind damage and the associated loss of property.

North Carolina’s Pamlico County includes the following NC townships: Alliance, Arapahoe, Bayboro, Grantsboro, Mesic, Minnesott Beach, Oriental, Stonewall, Vandemere, Maribel, Florence, Merritt, Reelsboro, Hobucken, Lowland and Olympia.

If you are in one of the affected NC towns, onsite American Property Loss Public Adjuster NC services are available to handle your NC property damage insurance claims quickly and effectively. Contact them to expedite your NC property damage claim now!

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