All American Public AdjustersAt All American Public Adjusters, our goal is to help you when disaster strikes. We will come to you and evaluate your property damage along with your policy information. We will assist you with properly reporting your loss to your insurance company. We will then prepare an estimate for your insurance carrier and work with your insurance adjuster to get you the maximum settlement.

All American Public Adjusters have years of experience handling property damage claims.
Our company is extremely knowledgeable and experienced with reference to
property damage, code requirements, law changes, and insurance policies
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Everyday families witness the types of horror that a fire presents and never thinks it might happen to them. Unfortunately, many people do not understand or realize the true nature of fire and what it can do. Every year more than 4,000 Americans die and approximately 20,000 people are injured in fires. If more people were aware of how to prevent fires, less and less incidents would occur.

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there are a few simple facts that homeowners should know in order to reduce fire deaths.

  • Fire is FAST! (There is little time!)

Most fires occur in homes where people are usually asleep. If you happen to wake up to a fire, you have very little time to take valuables because fire spreads very quickly and the smoke is extremely thick. In 30 seconds or less a small flame can become completely out of control and turn into a major fire. The only time you have is to escape!

  • Fire is HOT! (Heat from a fire is more dangerous than flames.)

When a fire hits a room, temperatures can be 100 degrees at floor level to 600 degrees at eye level. The heat alone can kill individuals. Inhaling this extremely hot can burn your lungs. It can even melt the clothing you wear to your skin. Once a fire hits a room, everything can ignite at once, in under 5 minutes, which is also known as a flash over.

  • Fire is DARK! (Fire isn’t bright, its PITCH BLACK!)

Fire begins by looking like a bright light, and rapidly produces black smoke and total darkness. Because of the extreme darkness, if you were to wake up to a fire, you may be blinded, perplexed and unable to find your way around your own home.

  • Fire is Deadly! (Flames kill less people than Smoke and Toxic gases.)

We all need oxygen to breathe, but when a fire hits, it uses up all of the oxygen you need and ends up producing fatal smoke and poisonous gases. Because the fumes are colorless and odorless, they can get you into a deep sleep before the flames even reach your door and cause you not to wake up in time to evacuate your home.

In the event of a fire remember that time is not on your side and every second counts. Be sure to evacuate your home first, and then call for help. Be sure to design a fire evacuation plan for your home to meet outside. Make sure that you each member of your family has two known ways of escaping in case there is a fire. Also, try to practice this with your family and remember to always crawl low under the smoke and keep your mouth covered. Never return to your home for any reason. Your life will be at risk. Lastly, be sure that your home fire alarm is working and be sure to test it regularly. It will increase your chances of surviving a fire!

 

Our Adjusters Have Handled a Variety of the Following Types of Fire Damage Losses

Commercial Fires
Condominium Fires
Residential Fires
Business Fires
Chimney Fires
Electrical Fires
Kitchen Fires
Cooking Fires
Barbecue Fires
Grease Fires
Smoke Damage
Brush Fires
Fires from lightning
Near Total Loss Fires
Rental Apartment Fires
Arson
Heater Malfunctions
Fireplace
Fire Exposure
(from your house of your Neighbors)
Cooking appliances
Accidental Fires
(eg. cigarettes, child mishaps, etc)

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