In the aftermath of any catastrophic event, policyholders and claimants expect fast, responsive service. Crawford is uniquely equipped to handle the increases in volume, complexity and the additional stress and strain on the system of carrier infrastructure. In this space, we provide the latest information on how Crawford is responding to recent severe weather events/disasters and other major events.
Crawford is the industry's leading independent adjusting resource for insurance claim management in response to natural and man-made disasters. In this section, you will find detailed information on our response to any major event Crawford is currently handling.
Analysis and ResourcesDuring the last 70 years, Crawford has handled all kinds of property and casualty claims, both large and small. In this section, we share our expertise and lessons learned from select severe storms and other major events.
Market Update: Hurricane Matthew
After tearing through the Caribbean, Hurricane Matthew has moved up the coast of the southeastern U.S., leaving a trail of coastal destruction, wind damage, and flooding.
Market Update: Crawford & Company® on Standby for Immediate Response as Tropical Storm Matthew Threatens Caribbean
Tropical Storm Matthew is now heading for the central Caribbean Sea and is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane later today or tonight, posing a threat to parts of the Caribbean basin and possibly parts of the U.S. later next week. Starting southeast of Puerto Rico and moving northwest, TS Matthew is producing heavy rain and strong winds. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for parts of the Lesser Antilles. Tropical storm watches have been issued for Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao, meaning storm conditions are possible in this area, in this case within the next 36-48 hours. TS Matthew could then threaten Hispañola, Jamaica or parts of eastern Cuba as soon as early next week, likely as a hurricane. As weather forecasters monitor the progress of Matthew, they are watching for impacts in the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Bahamas and U.S. East Coast.
Market Update: Crawford ready to help Fort McMurray
Crawford & Company has mobilised up to 200 employees in readiness for the lifting of a city‐wide evacuation for the town of Fort McMurray, Alberta, after devastating wildfires have continued to burn across the region.
Market Update: Wildfire rages through Fort McMurray
Wildfire tore through the Canadian city of Fort McMurray overnight as authorities raced to complete the evacuation of the entire city of 60,000 people, fearful that hot, dry winds forecast for Wednesday would further fan the flames.