Two GM Consultant loss adjusters on damage survey assignment in the Bahamas following a natural disaster.
The Bahamas were badly hit by Hurricane Matthew on 6 October. Two GM Consultant group loss adjusters went to the island of New Providence to manage multiple damage investigations after this major climate event.
A large number of buildings were damaged by the powerful category 4 hurricane. Most of the damage observed involves roofs that have been ripped off, flooding and electrical damage.
“When we arrived on location, we had to deal with numerous logistical obstacles because the hurricane severely impacted infrastructure functions,” says Julian Worthington, international director at GM Consultant.
Our loss adjusters were on location for more than two months and handled 200 damage surveys. In total, more than 100 experts from the United States, Great Britain and neighbouring Caribbean islands travelled to deal with the magnitude of the event.