Tropical Storm Isaias
Isaias made landfall in North Carolina as a category 1 hurricane late Monday causing coastal flooding, structural fires and collapses, and power outages for more than 500,000 homes and businesses. Now downgraded to a tropical storm, it's gradually weakening as it tracks north up the East Coast — threatening storm surge flooding, tornados, heavy rain, strong winds and more power outages. Both Virginia and New Jersey have declared states of emergency. According to the National Weather Service, the system could bring the strongest winds to New York City since Superstorm Sandy almost eight years ago.
Apple Fire, Southern California
A massive wildfire that started on Friday evening continues to burn in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, scorching more than 26,000 acres and leading to the evacuation of nearly 8,000 residents. The fire was only 15% contained as of this morning and is among several wildfires across California. At least five structures have been destroyed and thousands are threatened.
We're here to support you
Sedgwick would like to ensure that our clients know we are here to help. In addition to our adjusting services, we offer building consulting, contents and inventory solutions, forensic advisory services, repair solutions and engineering to assist you and your insureds. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact our property team listed below.
To report claims, contact our CAT intake center for immediate setup and assignment:
Tropical Storm Isaias: Troy Dowdy | senior vice president, mid-atlantic region | 502.645.4770 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tropical Storm Isiais: Keith Meerholz | senior vice president, northeast | 201.747.6909 | email@example.com
Apple Fire: Jim sylvester | senior vice president, pacific region | 214.534.4279 | firstname.lastname@example.org
John Gragson | senior vice president, catastrophe | 469.986.7064 | email@example.com
Gail Oliver | senior vice president, sales and marketing | 302.521.4985 | firstname.lastname@example.org