Springfield, MA Insurance Adjusters

We are helping Springfield, Massachusetts home, condominium, and business owners with insurance claims from the recent winter storm for ice dams, roof collapses, and frozen pipe breaks claims.

Global Patriot Adjusters is a public insurance adjusting company built with the mindset of bringing every dollar deserved to clients from an insurance claim. We maintain the best reputation in the public adjuster business because we take every claim as a project with personal ownership and accountability.

We specialize in storm damage, roof leaks, heating & hot water leaks and more. 

Please call Marc Lancaric at 508-280-6499 with any questions about our MA insurance adjusting services.

For a FREE CLAIMS EVALUATION for your home, condominium, or business, please fill out the Contact Us 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, President / Public Insurance Adjuster

Springfield, MA

Springfield, MA is located in Hampden County and is known as the largest city in Western New England. Springfield is known as the cultural hub of the Pioneer Valley, one of it’s nicknames is “Hoop City” because Springfield is the place where basketball was invented, it is also extremely close to the Basketball Hall of Fame.


The climate in Springfield is incredibly cold and dry during the winters and in the summer it becomes hot and humid leading to a lot of thunderstorms. In the summer of 2011 Springfield was hit by the second biggest tornado that has ever hit Massachusetts.

Hurricane Bob (1991):

Developing in the central Bahamas on August 16, 1991, Hurricane Bob intensified and accelerated north-northeastward, paralleling the East Coast, and barreling into Block Island, Rhode Island, and later Massachusetts on August 19. Although this Category 2 hurricane was not among the worst in terms of wind speed or storm surge, the property damage totals alone secured a top-three spot for Hurricane Bob. The Category 3 storms from earlier in the century packed more of a punch, but the extensive coastal development in the second half of the 20th Century left many more homes and other structures in the path of Bob's fury. Overall, New England experienced $680 million in damage, $39 million in Massachusetts alone.

Most of southeast Massachusetts faced hurricane-force winds, with coastal communities in these areas seeing sustained winds of 75 to 100 mph. Brewster and North Truro experienced gusts of 125 mph, with North Truro enduring sustained winds of 100 mph. Trees and utility poles were routinely damaged, and 60 percent of the residents of southeastern Massachusetts lost power. The storm surge in Buzzards Bay was 10 to 15 feet, ripping boats from their moorings, destroying homes, and eroding large sections of coastline. Onset, Bourne, Mashpee, and Wareham saw the worst surge, 12 to 15 feet. Mattapoisett was also hit hard, with 29 of 37 homes destroyed on Cove Street and 32 of 35 homes destroyed on Angelica Point. Southern-facing shorelines experienced significant erosion, with some spots along Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket losing up to 50 feet of shoreline.