Why Insurance Adjusters Use Timber Warriors
One of our highest priorities as a company is keeping our adjusters happy.
We work hard to close claims quickly and quietly with as little adjuster oversight as possible.
This approach has allowed us to foster the invaluable relationships and reputation we maintain with our carrier customers today.
One Point Of Contact
Our 24/7, one-point-of-contact process ensures that you will no longer have to track down the tree service company, check the status of the claim, or wait for answers. We value your time and have streamlined the process and lines of communication.
Timber Warriors’ continually growing tree service network is the largest in North America, spanning 49 states. Our crews are strategically located to facilitate single claims in a rural area, or mobilization of CAT teams to handle hundreds of claims at a time.
In most parts of the country we can respond within 5 hours or less. To see how quickly we can respond to your claim, please click the button below.
Fully Credentialed, Certified Professionals
Timber Warriors' Members are fully vetted, as well as trained and certified by the leading industry associations, the International Society of Arboriculture and the Tree Care Industry Association.
Expert Reporting and Integration
Our adjusters value how hard we work to streamline the claim process. Each member of our production team is trained in every platform necessary to communicate with adjusters per their preferences.
We invoice directly through Xactimate® or the handling TPA. Each invoice contains photos, signed Work Authorization/Authorization to Pay, Certificate of Satisfaction and a detailed description of work performed.
Timber Warriors can also provide the following services for an adjuster upon request:
Arborist Reporting – giving you vital information on the condition of the tree, pre and post loss, and a determination on what conditions precipitated or catalyzed the loss.
Forensic investigation – when you need a more intricate dissection of the evidence to determine liability during subrogation.
Comparative scope & cost analysis – an unbiased 2nd opinion on the valuation and/or necessity for item(s) on a competitor’s estimate.