Hatteras Island / Buxton North Carolina Public Insurance Adjusters
Attention NC residents affected by Hurricane Dorian — We can help!
North Carolina businesses with major property damage please fill out form.
Our team is ready to help Hatteras Island / Buxton, NC business owners and condominium associations with Hurricane Dorian flood, wind, and business interruption insurance claims.
Global Patriot Adjusters is a company built to complete the single goal of making sure every dollar deserved to clients from an insurance claim, is given to them. We maintain the best reputation in the public adjuster business because we take every claim for every client as a project with personal ownership and accountability.
We work for you to maximize your hurricane property damage insurance claim!
Specializing in hurricane damage, storm surge, flood, and wind damage, insurance claims — we can help.
Please call Marc Lancaric at 910-236-6655 with any questions about our North Carolina insurance adjusting services.
For a FREE CLAIMS EVALUATION for your home, condominium, or business, please describe your insurance claim situation when contacting us.
“My team is here to help you get the most money for your insurance claims. We work for you!”
— Marc Lancaric
Global Patriot Adjusters, LLC
Marc Lancaric, President / Public Insurance Adjuster, Hurricane Claims Expert
About Hatteras Island / Buxton, North Carolina
Hatteras Island, NC (historically, Croatoan Island) is a barrier island located off the North Carolina coast. Dividing the Atlantic Ocean and the Pamlico Sound, it runs parallel to the coast, forming a bend at Cape Hatteras.
It is part of North Carolina's Outer Banks and includes the towns of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, and Hatteras. It contains the largest part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. It is almost entirely in Dare County, North Carolina, but there is a very small sliver of about 45 acres (0.18 km2) which extends southwest into Hyde County.
The island is one of the longest in the contiguous United States, measuring 42 miles (68 km) along a straight line from end to end, or roughly 50 miles (80 km) along the curve of the land.