Catastrophe Response

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.

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 Resources

During 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.


Mateo Continues to Produce Snow, Sleet and Rain through Sunday
Though Mateo’s impact should diminish through Sunday, snow, sleet and rain may still cause issues in the Ohio Valley and interior Northeast. Snowfall reports from affected areas are significant, and Crawford adjusters are prepared to respond to client needs. Auto accidents, and roof and wind damage are likely as a result of the precipitation.
Winter Storm Mateo Moves across U.S. – From the Rockies to New England
Winter Storm Mateo continues to move through the Rockies, Plains, Midwest and Northeast. Significant snowfall is on the ground with more accumulation expected. Crawford has mobilized adjusters in all states affected by the storm and is monitoring updates from its adjusters as it responds to client needs
Crawford Catastrophe Services on High Alert as Winter Storm Grayson Hammers the Northeast
Areas of the Southeast, including South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, are enduring heavy snow and ice due to Winter Storm Grayson. In some areas, snowfall reached as much as eight inches, the largest one-day snowfall on record in many cities. The Southeast is currently experiencing power outages and extreme temperatures.