Post date: May 22, 2014 10:18:00 PM

Severe weather throughout the region today will lead to a great deal of storm damage to homes and businesses throughout Maryland. Most of this property damage will not be readily apparent to the untrained eye. Dottrio - Maryland's Public Adjuster is now accepting claims in the Brookeville, MD (1.75" Hail - golf ball size); Woodbine, MD (1.75" Hail - golf ball size) Clarksville, MD (1.75" Hail - golf ball size); Highland, MD (1.75" Hail - golf ball size), Shady Side, MD (1.50" Hail - ping pong ball size), Solomons, MD (1.75" Hail - golf ball size), Glenelg, MD (1.25" Hail - half dollar size), and California, MD (1.25" Hail - half dollar size) areas for hail storm damage occurring on May 22, 2014. When your home is damaged it is important to choose the very best to assist you in the insurance recovery process. We assist you in the documentation of your damages by making sure that your insurance company pays you what they owe. Our credentials and extensive experience in the insurance restoration process provide property owners with the best possible chance at a successful insurance claim. Some insurance companies allow only six months to file a claim so it is important that you have your home inspected as soon as possible. Even if you don't see damage it may be there. Call us for your no cost no obligation inspection before you call your insurance company. If you do not have sufficient damage you will not benefit from filing a claim so let an expert inspect your home before you make any decisions. The insurance claims process can be challenging to the point of being overwhelming for most property owners so a licensed public adjuster and general contractor is your best bet in these situations. We are confident in saying that we are the best credentialed firm specializing in storm damage in the State of Maryland. We look forward to serving you. Contact us immediately to schedule via the web at: or call 301-971-4040 or email us at We look forward to serving you.

We specialize in hail storm damage to roof and siding in Maryland.