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Robert L. McCormack Public Adjusters has been serving Whitman for many, many years and we spend quite a bit of time there.
Why Is Public Adjusting Necessary in Whitman?
Whitman suffers the same weather variations we all do here in New England. In 2015, Whitman and the surrounding towns of Abington, Rockland, Hanson, Brockton, and East Bridgewater, experienced record snowfall and all the resulting damage. In spring 2018, Whitman was hit by three Nor’easters in quick succession. Trees fell, roof shingles blew off, and homes flooded.
We have been happy to guide our clients in Whitman through the insurance claim process, whether it is weather-related or not, for over forty years.
A Little More About Whitman
Best known as the birthplace of the chocolate chip (Toll House) cookie, Whitman is one of the many towns in the area that made its fortune in shoes in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Settled by Europeans in 1670, Whitman was incorporated in 1875. There are about 15,000 people living in Whitman. Whitman is about 23 miles from Boston and is a stop on the MBTA commuter rail’s Kingston/Plymouth route.
Need a Public Adjuster? If you need a public adjuster to assess your home damage or insurance policy, feel free to reach out to us at Robert L. McCormack Public Adjusters by calling us directly at 508-588-4243.
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