What Type of Property Damage Is Common in Torrance California?



Torrance earthquakes are a significant issue for the city since more than half the homes were built before the strict building codes for resistance to ground shaking.

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Expansive Soils

Expansive soil damage occurs when soil absorbs large amounts of water, swells, and then shrinks as it dries. Repetition of this process can damage property, cracking foundations, floors, and other ground-level structures not built to withstand such events.

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Flooded Residential Neighborhood


Torrance flooding can damage buildings by the force of rushing water, large debris carried along in the floodwaters, and by the washing away of soil, which may then make foundations weaker, and even collapse foundations.

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The areas south of the Pacific Coast Highway and north of it along the shores of Walteria Lake have the greatest risk of damage caused by landslides.

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Why Do You Need a Torrance Public Adjuster?

Torrance is prone to natural disasters. An experienced public adjuster is your best resource if you suffer damage to your home or commercial property in the city. The insurance company will have their own insurance adjuster working to minimize what they pay you. Who’s looking out for you? A licensed public adjuster is an insurance professional working on your behalf to prepare, present, and defend your property damage claim so that the insurance company pays you the best settlement possible.

Why The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International?

Seventy-three years of unmatched claim management success has placed us as the leaders in the public adjusting industry. We go above and beyond for our clients and work diligently to get them every dollar they deserve. 

Our Torrance public adjusters understand how overwhelming the aftermath of disaster is. We’re dedicated to easing your burden and giving you peace of mind in knowing that your claim is being handled by the best experts so you can focus on your family and business.

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