Myrtle Beach South Carolina Public Insurance Adjusters

Attention SC residents affected by Hurricane Dorian storm damage and flooding — please call 910-236-6655 for help with your insurance claim. Make us your first call.

Let us take the stress out of the insurance claims process. We are serving the following areas in Myrtle Beach, SC:

  • Ocean Forest

  • Marsh Dr / Park St

  • Pine Island

  • Route 17 / Jason Blvd

  • Route 17 / Coventry Rd

  • Jaluco

  • Queensway Blvd / State Hwy S

  • Lakewood / Long Bay Estates

  • Star Bluff Crossroads / Grahamville

  • N Ocean Blvd / 44th Ave N


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.

Specializing in hurricane damage, flood, storm surge, and wind damage, insurance claims — we can help. 

MYrtle Beach, SC hurricane damage and major fire insurance claim.

MYrtle Beach, SC hurricane damage and major fire insurance claim.

Please call Marc Lancaric at 910-236-6655 with any questions about our South Carolina insurance adjusting services.

For a FREE CLAIMS EVALUATION for your home, condominium, or business, please describe your insurance claim situation when contacting us.

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“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


Early History of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

MYrtle Beach, SC

MYrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach, SC area's first inhabitants were the Waccamaw and Winyah Indians, who named the region Chicora, meaning “the land.” Kings Highway — a major thoroughfare through the Myrtle Beach area — began as an Indian trail long before Europeans settled along the Grand Strand. Later, this trail became the route from the northern states to Charleston and Savannah. These first inhabitants are the subject of the oldest and perhaps most elusive stories. While much has been written about Native Americans, documented facts about local tribes in the Myrtle Beach area are scarce. Physical evidence of their existence and way of life has been more forthcoming, however, as arrowheads, pottery, and other artifacts continue to turn up.

Source: Visit Myrtle Beach, A Guide to Myrtle Beach History and Local Folklore