Western Massachusetts Area Public Insurance Adjusters

Attention Western Massachusetts residents affected by recent winter storms — we can help! Call 508-280-6499.

Our team is ready to help Western Massachusetts business owners, condominium assocations, and homeowners with winter storm, ice dam, wind damage, and business interruption insurance claims in the following towns and cities:

We work for you to maximize your winter storm business and home property damage insurance claim!

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 maintin 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.

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

 deerfield ma tornado damage insurance claim.

deerfield ma tornado damage insurance claim.

Specializing in winter storm, ice dam, water and wind damage, and business interruption insurance claims. We can help! 

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

Marc Lancaric, Hurricane Claims Expert, Private Insurance Adjuster serving Hatteras, NC (Outer Banks).
 

“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, Winter Storm Claims Expert

About Western Massachusetts

The western part of Western Massachusetts includes the Berkshire Mountains, where there are several vacation resorts. The eastern part of the region includes the Connecticut River Valley, which has a number of university towns, the major city Springfield, and numerous agricultural hamlets. In the eastern part of the area, the Quabbin region is a place of outdoor recreation.

Connecticut River Valley

New England's largest river, the Connecticut, flows through the center of its agricultural valley. Nearly bisected by the American east coast's only east-west mountain ranges (the Holyoke Range and the Mount Tom Range), this relatively small area contains a number of college towns, urban environments, and rural hamlets. The portion of this valley in Massachusetts is also commonly referred to as the Pioneer Valley.

 shelburne falls, ma historic mill buildings.

shelburne falls, ma historic mill buildings.

Berkshire Mountains

The Berkshires have long been patronized by artists (e.g. Herman Melville, who wrote Moby-Dick while living in Pittsfield; Edith Wharton, who wrote The House of Mirth and Ethan Frome while living in Lenox; and Norman Rockwell, many of whose painting were based on scenes that he observed in the town of Stockbridge. Cultural institutions include Lenox's Tanglewood, Becket's Jacob's Pillow, and Stockbridge's Norman Rockwell Museum, as well the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown]. The city of Pittsfield is the largest community located in the Berkshires.

 downtown stockbridge, ma.

downtown stockbridge, ma.

Colleges and universities

The decline of manufacturing as the region's economic engine since World War II—and in particular, since the controversial closing of the Springfield Armory—was counterbalanced in Western Massachusetts by growth in post-secondary education and healthcare.

This created new jobs, land development, and had gentrifying effects in many college towns. State and community-funded schools (e.g., University of Massachusetts Amherst and Westfield State University) were conspicuous in their growth, as were the region's highly regarded liberal arts colleges, including Williams founded 1793, Amherst founded 1821, Mount Holyoke founded 1837, Smith founded 1871, and American International founded 1885.

 williamstown, ma home of williams college.

williamstown, ma home of williams college.