Emergency adjusters approved in Vermont for insurance claims after wind storm

VERMONT - The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation issued a bulletin Wednesday authorizing the use of emergency adjusters and appraisers to review and approve insurance claims from the recent windstorms.

This measure will allow insurance companies to use additional resources from other states to more efficiently settle claims and get Vermonters money for repairs.

Commissioner Michael Pieciak is encouraging Vermonters who have questions about their insurance policies and coverage to contact DFR.

"This bulletin will help our insurance companies to more quickly review claims and get money into the pockets of Vermonters that experienced property damage. I also encourage Vermonters to call DFR's knowledgeable and experienced staff if they have insurance questions," said Pieciak.

If the damage requires emergency repairs, Vermonters are encouraged to first document the damage through photographs or other means to help ensure their claim is paid.

If you have questions, call 800-964-1784.


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