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BSA Claims Service provides seasoned Citizens adjusters to handle takeout company’s claims

  Citizens’ Takeout carriers need a high quality, Florida-based, claims adjusting firm that understands Citizens Property Insurance Corporation insurance policies and claims standards.   BSA Claims Services, Citizens’ #1 claims service provider, has experienced, well-trained adjusters who are experts on Citizens’ policies ready to deploy to manage Takeout claims through

BSA Claims Service completes its SSAE 18 examination recognizing financial controls

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA— BSA Claims Service, one of the largest Florida-based claims administration and adjusting service firms, recently completed its 2018 Service Organization Controls (SSAE 18 / SOC 1) examination through a rigorous, independent audit that evaluated its controls over financial reporting applicable to its Claims Litigation Services. The financial

BSA Claims Service adjuster benefits from mentoring

Our people make the difference. BSA Claims Service’s adjusters are among the best in this business.  As the largest Florida-based claims administration and adjusting firm, BSA Claims Service values its adjusters—providing training, mentoring, field support and one of the best fee splits in the industry. We’re proud to feature one

BSA Claims Service expands Jax operations

Embracing innovative services in Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA— BSA Claims Service, the largest Florida-based property claims administration and adjusting service firm, is expanding its Jacksonville presence, as its innovative Fast Track Center and growing Litigation Services programs have recently expanded by 35 employees. “BSA Claims has embraced Fast Track claims processing,

Hurricane Alicia slammed Texas 35 years ago this week

HOUSTON (KTRK) — With winds of 115 mph, Hurricane Alicia pummeled the Gulf Coast as it made landfall onto Texas soil on August 18, 1983. Alicia was a Category 3 storm, making landfall on Galveston’s west end near San Luis Pass. In addition to causing over $2 billion in damage,