FEMA Disaster Assistance

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is an agency whose primary purpose is to coordinate the response to a disaster that has occurred in the United States and that overwhelms the resources of local and state authorities. FEMA disaster assistance provides state and local governments with experts in specialized fields and funding for rebuilding efforts and relief funds for infrastructure.

At Scott M. Favre Public Adjusters, LLC, we provide full service disaster recovery and grant management consulting services to government organizations, school districts, hospitals and private non-profit organizations. Our experienced staff has a thorough understanding of FEMA’s regulations and policies, which allows us to successfully guide FEMA grantees and individual applicants through the complicated grant application process. We consistently remain informed of any changes that FEMA or congress may make as they relate to disaster recovery assistance and we always ensure compliance with FEMA claims regulations and policies.

We have the ability to fully integrate your insurance claim with your FEMA recovery process by working closely with you to assess and address the unique needs of each claim to maximize your financial recovery and expedite funding following a disaster or emergency in Texas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Louisiana, Florida and Georgia. We act as your advocate throughout the entire disaster recovery process because we understand the overwhelming tasks of rebuilding your infrastructure after a disaster strikes. We offer a Free Consultation and there is no obligation in hiring us unless you feel that we can help you. In most cases our fees are paid by FEMA not the applicant. Our team of professionals are ready to work for you.

Steps To Recovery:

  • Determine Eligibility
  • Identifying and categorizing your loss
  • Developing a funding approach
  • Reconciling FEMA and insurance recovery
  • Developing a rebuilding plan
  • Final inspection and closeout
  • FEMA program and financial audits
  • Obtain a FEMA disaster kit