Curley Adjustment Bureau, Inc. – Hurricane Matthew

Curley Adjustment Bureau, Inc.

Hurricane Matthew is on track to hit the U.S. early next week. We wanted to take this time to let you know that Curley Adjustment Bureau has a proactive plan to be ready for your needs for any possible loss.

Like you, we wish for all to be safe during and after this storm, but it is prudent to be prepared.

We would like to use this time to distribute our new and updated Coverage Maps for Liability and Property.

Please send losses to

This is the most efficient address to use and we will assign to the nearest office and the appropriate adjuster.

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High Wind Warning Sunday – Curley Adjustment is prepared to assist you

Curley Adjustment Bureau is fully prepared to assist you in you claims needs for the impending high winds due to hit our service area. Very Strong winds are expected later tonight and Sunday. This will result in a powerful west-northwest wind, sustained at 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60 mph.

This storm will impact much of eastern Pennsylvania, much of New Jersey, all of Delaware and much of the eastern shore of Maryland.

According to the National Weather Service, low pressure will rapidly intensify as it passes just north of New York City early Sunday morning. Whipping a strong cold front across our area between 10 PM and 1 AM. Intense winds above the surface combined with much colder air surging into the region will result in strong to potentially damaging wind gusts. The strongest winds are expected between 4 AM and 9 AM Sunday.

High Wind Warning remains in effect from Midnight Tonight to noon EDT Sunday.

Gale force winds and tropical storm force gusts are serious business.

High winds may cause any or all of the following:

Downed trees and power lines, leading to scattered power outages.

Some property damage is possible to buildings and structures, especially to roofs and gutters.

Challenging driving conditions for high-profile vehicles, such as trucks and buses. (Particularly on north-south roads, bridges, and elevated roadways.)

Items left outside and unsecured, such as garbage cans and patio furniture, may topple or blow away.

Coastal flooding Since the powerful winds will be blowing from the west-northwest, it is a land breeze. Therefore, the Jersey Shore should not experience significant coastal flooding.

We will have our highly trained adjusters assist you – email us at

or send an assignment online through our client portal