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  • Insurance Claim Investigation for Claimants or Carriers

    Insured parties and claims adjusters alike can find insurance claims issues regarding windows, glass, curtainwalls, storefronts, entrances, panel systems, skylights and roofs difficult to unravel. In these cases, the cause of the loss may difficult to establish or refute without experience of the window & glass industry. We have been effective in supporting the efforts of claimants and carriers alike in their quest for a fair resolution.

    Insurance claims where our contribution was essential for an equitable settlement…

    Residential (including multi family):

    • Water damage and mold ue to leaky windows
    • Hail damage to roofing shingles
    • Water damage to walls from roof leak
    • Basement water damage due to foundation crack


    • Glass injury at amusement venue
    • Weld splatter damage to new glass during construction
    • Personal injury from bathroom mirror that detached
    • Storm damage to insulated glass
    • Glass injury due to detached storm window

    Read more…
    Storm Damage to Windows and Glass

    For Insurance Claim Investigation for Claimants or Carriers…
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Butterfly pattern in tempered glass
At the center of the glass fracture pattern, two polygons can be found bordering one another. These polygons are typical of the breakage pattern caused by a nickel sulfide inclusion. The inclusion, a tiny dot, can be seen on the break between the two polygons. This pattern is also called a "butterfly pattern"