When fierce winds exceeding 100 mph drove the Tubbs Wildfire through Santa Rosa, California, the wildfire destroyed everything in its path, including the Hidden Valley Satellite School. The small campus, owned by Santa Rosa City Schools (SRCS), the largest school district in Sonoma County, was one of several SRCS properties affected by the wildfire. As a result of the fire’s widespread destruction, the Governor of California declared a state of emergency. This declaration effectively shut down the City of Santa Rosa, including the school district, for three weeks. SRCS’s insurance company moved quickly to mitigate its damages by authorizing a national hazardous material abatement contractor to move forward with the cleanup of all the district’s campuses. However, the district realized it needed to address issues beyond just cleaning, including resolving opposing opinions on insurance coverage. When the difficulty of navigating the complex process alone became apparent, SRCS recognized they needed professional assistance and reached out to The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International (TGC/AI) for representation.

The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International’s expertise in reviewing, auditing and re-negotiating every aspect of a claim resulted in SRCS receiving over $4 million – considerably more than they would have recovered without the help of The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International. Click here to learn how.