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What We Do

At BrightClaim, our focus is to provide insurance companies and self-insured corporations with consistent daily claims related services that support our client’s needs. Our involvement allows our clients to focus on customer service and the management of expense costs.  When you provide that day to day support to our clients, they in turn look to us to provide further resource capacity in large-scale disasters or localized pocket storms.

Why BrightClaim

  • Highest customer service.
  • Improved policy retention.
  • Faster claims resolution.
Fast and convenient claim solutions that provide an exceptional customer experience for your insureds.
Innovative catastrophe claim-adjustment, TPA and event-management solutions to the property and casualty insurance industry.
Scalable, comprehensive services custom-fitted to resolve all property contents claims.
A package solution for auto PD and liability claims due to overflow or lack of resources in specific areas.
Solutions designed to assist your company in providing the customer relief assured by your product warranty.
A customizable full service contractor network integrated with The Home Depot.

Recent Articles

  • What makes a good post-storm roofing contractor?

What makes a good post-storm roofing contractor? [Video]

May 18th, 2016|Comments Off on What makes a good post-storm roofing contractor? [Video]

Roof damage is common during all sorts of storms, from hurricanes to tornadoes.

  • Preparing for 2016 wildfires: At risk or safe?

Preparing for 2016 wildfires: At risk or safe? [Video]

May 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Preparing for 2016 wildfires: At risk or safe? [Video]

Is the new wildfire season going to be a scorcher or relatively quiet?

  • National Flood Insurance Program triggers claims hikes this month

National Flood Insurance Program triggers claims hikes this month [Video]

April 21st, 2016|Comments Off on National Flood Insurance Program triggers claims hikes this month [Video]

Changes this spring may lead to higher premiums for flood insurance policyholders.