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ROCKVILLE, Md.(BUSINESS WIRE) – Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI), the recognized leading public adjusting firm in the nation based in Rockville, Maryland, is announcing a $25,000 donation to the Mission Resolve Foundation to support response and recovery assistance for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.

GGG/AI employees onsite assisting after a disaster.

“For more than seventy years, GGG/AI has been on the ground in the aftermath of catastrophic disasters to help insurance policyholders successfully navigate the claims process so we have seen firsthand the destruction storms like Hurricane Dorian cause and how vital response operations are,” said Harvey M. Goodman, President & CEO of GGG/AI. “Our $25,000 donation to Mission Resolve puts tangible resources into the hands of a well-organized, ‘boots on the ground’ organization that is already making a difference for the people of the Bahamas.”

Mission Resolve (www.MissionResolve.org) was established to provide humanitarian relief and disaster preparedness training in addition to support for other global challenges. Following Hurricane Dorian’s historic, devastating impact to the Bahamas, leading businesses and philanthropies came together to create the Bahamian Relief Consortium. 100% of the proceeds raised by Mission Resolve’s Bahamian Relief Consortium will go directly to provide relief to the children and families affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas and other affected areas.

Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG/AI), founded in 1941 in Baltimore, Maryland, represents those who have sustained significant property damage. A firm of 130 employees and 11 offices, GGG/AI levels the playing field with the plethora of experts that insurance carriers engage after property damage incidents. As a policyholder advocate, GGG/AI evaluates policy coverage, measures damages, prepares claim documentation and then negotiates with insurers for recovery while our clients tend to their daily business responsibilities. GGG/AI has adjusters licensed in every state that licenses public adjusters, and has offices in many markets throughout the United States.

“The situation in the Bahamas is an unfolding humanitarian crisis that we all have an opportunity to help address,” concluded Goodman. “GGG/AI is proud to support Mission Resolve’s good work to assist the people of the Bahamas and will continue to monitor the progress they are making.”

Contacts

Chad Kolton, 202-288-5519

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  1. Dick Krajnik Reply

    Harvey Goodman sets the bar, he should challenge the rest of the AI nation to match his generosity to aid the people of the Bahamas.

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