From multimillion dollar business claims to helping families salvage beloved homes, SMW has been there.

And we’ll be there for you too.  To see how we’ve helped business, residential, manufacturing and other clients, visit the case studies on this page, and hear from the clients themselves how SMW’s “expertise and experience” “lightened the burden...and made a difficult journey easier to navigate.”

COMMERCIAL

After heavy snow caused a massive roof collapse at their Massachusetts manufacturing facility, Sunco Cabinets asked several trusted resources for recommendations for a public insurance adjuster - and all recommended SMW.  We worked with Sunco, eventually negotiating a $14.3 million insurance settlement and handling all aspects of the complex insurance claim…


RESIDENTIAL

Life changed overnight for the Galvin family, after a devastating fire destroyed their home and all of their belongings - from prized musical instruments to family heirlooms. SMW stepped in to help and provided emotional support and the immediate assistance the family needed - from finding a place to live, getting insurance money to pay for clothes to wear…


UNIQUE CLAIMS

On June 1, 2011 a powerful tornado ripped through the Connecticut River Valley in Massachusetts, leveling homes and businesses, ripping roofs off of buildings, and severely damaging one of the oldest and most historic churches in the area. The First Church of Monson was built in 1873. Just before its 250th anniversary, the 2011 tornado toppled its iconic steeple, and destroyed…

 

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine is a much beloved historic landmark in the heart of New York City. When the idea for the church was conceived, the founders insisted that it serve as a "house of prayer for all nations." Built in phases starting in 1892, the Romanesque/ Byzantine design features a glorious 520-foot cathedral.

In December 2001, a five-alarm fire destroyed the cathedral's north transept and gift shop, causing extensive smoke and water damage to the church's ornate stone walls and ceilings…


CONDOMINIUM

In May 2014, a pressurized standpipe burst at Crossroads on the Charles, a luxury condominium building in Watertown, Massachusetts, flooding the building with more than 27,000 gallons of water. Fortunately, no one was injured, but the majority of the 66 condominium units in the building were completely destroyed. The water cascaded down stairwells, into an…