Royal Palm Beach FL Public Insurance Adjusters
We are helping Royal Palm Beach FL home, condominium, and business owners with hurricane and wind damage insurance claims in the following neighborhoods:
- Grandview Way / Belvedere Rd
- Royal Palm Beach Blvd / Southern Blvd
- Southern Blvd / E Rd
- Folsom Rd / Okeechobee Blvd
- Village Center
- 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!
We specialize in wind and hurricane damage, water damage / pipe bursts, structural damage, mold and asbestos damage, business interruption, and more. Please contact us with any inquiries about our services at 561-408-5533 or contact us now
Please contact us immediately for a Free Claims Evaluation for hurricane and wind damages. Call 561-408-5533 or fill out the form.
“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
About Royal Palm Beach, Florida
Royal Palm Beach, FL is a medium-sized village located in the state of Florida. With a population of 37,633 people and five constituent neighborhoods, Royal Palm Beach, FL is the 89th largest community in Florida.
In the early 1950s, Russian immigrant Samuel Nathan Friedland (1896-1985), founder of the Food Fair grocery chain, purchased 56,000 acres in western Palm Beach County for $19 per acre. Friedland sold 4,200 acres of the land to Lefcourt Realty Corporation in Miami, which incorporated it as the Village of Royal Palm Beach in 1959. At a groundbreaking ceremony attended by Seminole Indians, Chief Billy Bowlegs renounced any claim his tribe may have had on the land. Source: Courtesy Florida State Archives.