We are helping Deerfield Beach FL homeowners, condominium associations, property managers, and business owners with hurricane and wind damage insurance claims in the following neighborhoods:
Barwal / Little Harbor on the Hillsboro
Eastway Park / Floresta Estates
Deer Creek Alba Way / Deer Creek Palladian Cir
NW 7th Pl / NW 48th Ave
SW 10th St / S Military Trl
Coral Manor / South Florida Bible College and Theological
Other areas not listed. Please call us us at 561-408-5533.
Global Patriot Adjusters is a company built on the single goal of bringing every dollar deserved to clients from an insurance claim. We maintain the best reputation in the Public Insurance Adjuster business because we take every claim for every client as a project with personal ownership and accountability. In cases where hurricanes and tropical storms appear out of nowhere and a bad accident happens, someone needs to be in your corner fighting for YOU!
“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, Field Team Manager/ President
328 Plymouth Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
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About Deerfield Beach, Florida
Deerfield Beach is a larger medium-sized coastal city (i.e. on the ocean, a bay, or inlet) located in the state of Florida. With a population of 79,764 people and 17 constituent neighborhoods, Deerfield Beach is the 34th largest community in Florida.
One of the nice things about Deerfield Beach is that it is nautical, which means that parts of it are somewhat historic and touch the ocean or tidal bodies of water, such as inlets and bays. Because of this, visitors and locals will often go to these areas to take in the scenery or to enjoy waterfront activities.
History of Deerfield Beach
The City's history begins in 1877, when the first non-native glimpsed at the swamps, dense vines, saw palmetto, wild fig trees, cabbage palms, and pine groves along Hillsboro River which empties into the Atlantic. To the south, Key West and Miami were flourishing villages. To the north, Palm Beach was gaining renown as a fashionable winter resort. By 1890, a few houses appeared along the meandering Hillsboro River, which was named after the Earl of Hillsborough who was granted this land by King George III of England in the late eighteenth century. By the spring of 1896, Henry M. Flagler had extended his Florida East Coast Railroad down the coastline into Miami. The railroad opened up the tropical wilderness, pressing parallel against the Atlantic shore, which until then had been inhabited primarily by local fauna and Seminole Indians who lived inland.