"Welcome to Damage Resolution Group, where we specialize in helping individuals and businesses navigate the complex process of filing insurance claims and seeking compensation for damages. With our expertise and attention to detail, we work tirelessly to help our clients achieve the best possible outcome and get the compensation they deserve. Contact us today to see how we can help you with your insurance claims." 

Get Paid Faste

Compared to "doing it yourself", past clients have found we drive a process that get's their claim done 3 - 4 times faster. 

Get Paid More 

Studies have shown a public adjuster can get you 2-5 times more money on your own property damage. We have an established track record and 98% recovery rate. 

                              We are experts at getting our clients what they deserve

Fire Claims 

Water Claims 

      Hail And Wind 

Business Interruption



High End Auto

Extreme Weather 


1.Review the denial letter: The first step in responding to a claim denial is to carefully review the denial letter from the insurance company. This will help us understand the reason for the denial and identify any errors or discrepancies in the insurer's decision.

At DRG Public Adjusters, we are committed to fighting for our clients' rights, even in cases where their claim has been denied. Our team of experts has the knowledge and experience to effectively appeal claim denials and negotiate with insurance companies to ensure that our clients receive the maximum settlement to which they are entitled under their policy.


A public adjuster is a professional who represents policyholders in assessing and negotiating insurance claims. If you have suffered a loss covered by your insurance policy, such as damage to your home or business, you may need to file a claim to have the damages repaired or replaced. The insurance company will send an adjuster to assess the damage and determine the amount that they will pay out on the claim.

However, insurance companies are in the business of making money, and they may try to minimize the amount they pay out on claims. A public adjuster works on behalf of the policyholder and can help ensure that you receive a fair settlement. They are skilled in evaluating the extent of the damage, determining the cost of repairs or replacement, and negotiating with the insurance company to get you the maximum payout on your claim.

If you are unsure about the process of filing an insurance claim or feel that the insurance company is not offering you a fair settlement, hiring a public adjuster can be a good investment. They can provide valuable expertise and help you navigate the claims process, so you can get the compensation you are entitled to under your policy.


The science of hail damage refers to the study of how hail impacts structures and the methods used to assess and repair the damage it causes. When hail falls, it can cause damage to the exterior of a building, including the roof, siding, windows, and other components. The severity of the damage depends on the size, shape, and density of the hailstones, as well as the speed at which they are traveling and the angle at which they hit the building.

To assess hail damage, experts use a variety of methods, including visual inspections, measurements of the size and shape of the hailstones, and analysis of the damage to the building's exterior. They may also use specialized tools, such as hail gauges or hail impact testers, to evaluate the severity of the damage.

To repair hail damage, experts use a variety of techniques, including patching or replacing damaged materials, filling in dents or indentations, and applying protective coatings to prevent further damage. The specific repair methods used will depend on the extent of the damage and the materials that were damaged.

Overall, the science of hail damage involves understanding the mechanisms of how hail causes damage and using that knowledge to assess and repair the damage it causes to buildings and other structures.


Insurance companies underpay 

We get our clients more money per claim 

There are a number of reasons why insurance companies may underpay on claims. One common reason is that insurers are incentivized to minimize the amount they pay out in claims, in order to increase their profits. Insurance adjusters may be trained to look for ways to deny or reduce claims, or to push policyholders into accepting a lower settlement than they are entitled to. Additionally, insurance policies can be complex, with many exclusions and limitations that can be difficult for policyholders to understand. This complexity can lead to confusion and misunderstandings, which can result in policyholders receiving less than they are entitled to. Finally, some insurance companies may engage in bad faith practices, such as delaying or denying legitimate claims, in order to avoid paying out a settlement. These factors can all contribute to insurance companies underpaying on claims, which is why it can be important for policyholders to work with a public adjuster who has experience navigating the claims process and fighting for their rights. 

We work for you 

Not the insurance companies 

At DRG Public Adjusters, our allegiance is to our clients, not the insurance companies. We work on behalf of policyholders to ensure that they receive the maximum settlement to which they are entitled under their insurance policy. Our team of experts has years of experience in the insurance industry, and we use that expertise to help our clients navigate the complex claims process. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if we are successful in securing a settlement on your behalf. This approach ensures that our clients receive personalized attention and guidance throughout the claims process, and that their best interests are always our top priority. When you work with DRG Public Adjusters, you can trust that we are working for you, not the insurance company.