Windsor, CT Public Insurance Adjusters

We serve Windsor, Connecticut home, condominium, and business owners with insurance claims for winter storms, ice dams, and water damage claims in the following areas and neighborhoods:

  • Poquonock Avenue

  • Day Hill Road

  • Hayden

  • Rainbow

  • Poquonock

  • Poquonock Avenue

  • Pigeon Hill Road

  • Matianuck Avenue

  • Park Avenue

  • Town Center

  • Wilson

  • Windsor Avenue

  • Park Avenue

  • Other areas not listed — please call us.

We work for you to maximize your claim!

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 Adjuster business because we take every claim for every client as a project with personal ownership and accountability. We pride ourselves on working with our clients to produce the best possible outcome. By working with clients as opposed to for them, we are able to understand their wants and needs to achieve our goal. 

windsor, ct water damage insurance claim from ice dam.

windsor, ct water damage insurance claim from ice dam.

Specializing in mold damage, storm damage, ice dams, wind damage, sinkholes, and more — we can help.

Please call Marc Lancaric 203-433-0203 with any questions about our Connecticut insurance adjusting services.


About Windsor, Connecticut

Town of Windsor, CT settled in 1633.

Town of Windsor, CT settled in 1633.

Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, and was the first English settlement in the state. It lies on the northern border of Connecticut's capital, Hartford. The population of Windsor was 29,044 at the 2010 census. Other unincorporated areas in Windsor include Rainbow and Hayden Station in the north, and Wilson and Deerfield in the south.

The Day Hill Road area is known as Windsor's Corporate Area, although other centers of business include New England Tradeport, Kennedy Industry Park and Kennedy Business Park, all near Bradley International Airport and the Addison Road Industrial Park.

The town center is well-planned in comparison to many others in the Greater Hartford area. It has a relative diversity of chains and local shops, as well as a restored Amtrak train station dating to the 1850s. The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum is located in Windsor.

Historical points of interest:

  • The Joseph Kesselring stage play and Frank Capra movie Arsenic and Old Lace was inspired by actual events that took place in a three-story brick house on Prospect Street, just off the north end of the Windsor green.

  • On historic Palisado Avenue, one can find the First Church in Windsor, Congregational, and adjacent graveyard.

  • Further north is the home of Oliver Ellsworth, third Chief Justice of the United States.

Source: Wikipedia, Windsor, Connecticut