Mid-America Catastrophe Services

 Serving Nationwide
Claims Pages Service Provider Since 11/10/2016
888-297-3092
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Founded in America’s heartland in 1980, Mid-America Catastrophe Services has an established track record of quality and integrity in daily and catastrophe claim management. Headquartered on the Gulf Coast since 2013, we retain the commitment to excellence that has been the cornerstone of our company for more than 30 years. We couple quality and experience with innovative practices. Our objective is to provide insurance companies and their insureds with complete, accurate claims handling in a timely manner.

Zack Meadows and Stacy Story took ownership in 2013. They brought with them the boots-on-the-ground experience of seasoned adjusters, the industry knowledge of proven managers and leaders, and the burning desire to build the most efficient, effective independent adjusting firm in the industry.

Our executive and management teams have a combined 90+ years of claim experience encompassing every aspect of the Catastrophe business. This was more than a dream; it was a promise. We would do whatever we must to deliver the most to our clients and their customers.

Utilizing a unique blend of technology, experience, and knowledge across a wide spectrum of disciplines, we provide solutions that are in line with our client’s needs. The experience and work ethic of our Leadership and Catastrophe Management Teams are among the best in the claim industry. Industry experience and talented leadership equips us to deliver the best service to our clients in a timely manner.

We combine proven claim-handling fundamentals with flexibility and the freedom to customize to exceed expectations.
TERRITORIES COVERED
Serving Nationwide
YEARS IN BUSINESS
1980
HOURS OF OPERATION
24/7
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