BSA Claims, returning Platinum Sponsor of Verisk Elevate 2021 virtual conference Feb. 9-11, invites you to join in

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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.

Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis tours BSA’s Jax Lit and Fast Track Center

BSA Claims Service CEO Brian Bradley, Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis

BSA Claims Service was pleased to host Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis at its Jacksonville operations recently. Patronis toured BSA’s Litigation Services and Fast Track facilities and met with CEO Brian Bradley to discuss important issues related to insurance claims management. BSA, active in advocacy for consumers and advances in claims management, is one of the […]

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

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  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 the Depopulation Program.   BSA […]

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 of our team members who […]

Hurricane Florence damage estimated at $17 billion to $22 billion and could go higher

Property damage and disruption from Hurricane Florence is expected to total at least $17 billion to $22 billion, but the estimate could end up being conservative, as the Carolinas continue to face historic rainfalls and flooding, according to Moody’s Analytics. “We were close to $10 [billion] to $15 billion on Friday. The flooding is more […]