Wrightsville Beach,North Carolina Public Insurance Adjusters
Attention NC residents affected by Hurricane Florence — we can help!
We are ready to help Wrightsville Beach, NC home, condominium, and business owners with Hurricane Florence, flood, storm surge, and wind damage insurance claims.
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.
We work for you to maximize your Hurricane Florence insurance claim!
Specializing in hurricane damage, flood, storm surge, and wind damage, insurance claims — we can help.
Please call Marc Lancaric at 910-236-6655 with any questions about our North Carolina insurance adjusting services.
For a FREE CLAIMS EVALUATION for your home, condominium, or business, please describe your insurance claim situation when contacting us.
“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
About Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
Wrightsville Beach, NC is a town in New Hanover County, North Carolina, United States. Wrightsville Beach is just east of Wilmington and is part of the Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,477 at the 2010 census. The town consists of a four-mile-long beach island, an interior island called Harbor Island, and pockets of commercial property on the mainland.
Just north of Wrightsville Beach, NC is Figure Eight Island, North Carolina.
HISTORY: A post office called Wrightsville was established in 1881. Wrightsville Beach is composed of two islands that are separated by two different bodies of water. Bradley Creek runs between the mainland and the Hammocks (currently known as Harbor Island). The Hammocks are then separated from the beach by Banks Channel. In the 1700 and 1800’s the Hammocks were accessible by a footbridge from the mainland and by boat. The beach itself was only accessible by boat.