Hurricane Douglas expected to impact the Hawaiian Islands late Saturday.
Hurricane Douglas is currently traveling at a rate of 20mph headed towards the island of Hilo. The Category 3 hurricane is producing maximum wind gusts of 120mph, but is expected to downgrade to a tropical storm before making landfall bringing heavy wind and rain. Dangerous surf is also expected along beaches.
Crawford currently has staff on the ground in Hawaii and is prepared to supplement additional resources with CAT adjusters that are on standby to handle claims as a result of Douglas, the first hurricane of the 2020 Pacific season. Crawford Catastrophe Services is continually monitoring the path and status of Hurricane Douglas to provide the proper services for any clients affected. Crawford provided support to policyholders in this area during Hurricanes Lane and Olivia in 2018. Crawford’s dedicated and caring adjusters are here to restore and enhance lives, businesses and communities following unexpected losses.
Visit Crawford’s services page to learn more about the comprehensive suite of claims management services that Crawford offers, from self-service apps to large and complex commercial losses. We have the track record and the expertise to handle any type of claim. For assistance, contact our 24-hour ClaimsAlert call center at 1-877-346-0300 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.