On-Demand sessions available of Verisk’s Elevate Conference 2022 thanks to sponsors like BSA Claims Services
BSA Claims Service’s annual Platinum Level sponsorship of the Verisk Elevate 2022 conference helps support the on-demand viewing of the conference sessions currently available on the event website. The On-Demand replays of the sessions, from keynote speakers by industry leaders to Xactimate training, allow adjusters and other claims professionals to gain insight and knowledge from […]
Known for our unique methods of carrying out claims services and adjusters for property and casualty carriers, BSA Claims Services is a top player in the claims industry. With a head office in Florida and 16 years of experience with an impressive track record, we pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service and quality claims services […]
BSA Claims, returning Platinum Sponsor of Verisk Elevate 2021 virtual conference Feb. 9-11, invites you to join in
Keeping abreast of changes in our industry and improving our processes with early adoption of technology benefits adjusters, IA firms, carriers and most importantly, the policy holder. BSA Claims Service is proud to be a returning Platinum sponsor of the Verisk Elevate 2021 conference next week. We’d like to invite you to attend the free conference to learn from the experts in our industry and network with fellow professionals.
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, which is the future of […]
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, the storm killed 21 people. […]