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OUR PUBLIC ADJUSTERS
We do not hire subcontractors for any storm damage and/or disaster claims adjusting services. On the contrary, we continually train our expert public adjusters in all aspects of our industry’s rules, regulations, and requirements based on maintaining a quality end result for you.
Many of our loss recovery consultants and certified public adjusters have degrees in Insurance, General Contracting, Law, and so on, with many holding a Master’s degree in their specialty field. SWAT Public Adjusting Firm employees are clean-cut, uniformed professionals who will solve your critical home or commercial property problem, no matter what it takes.
SWAT Public Adjusting Firm OFFERS PUBLIC ADJUSTING SERVICES FOR WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH COMMUNITIES
Alittle Bit About West Baton Rouge Parish
West Baton Rouge Parish (French: Paroisse de Bâton Rouge Ouest) is one of the sixty-four parishes in the U.S. state of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,788. The parish seat is Port Allen. The parish was created in 1807.
West Baton Rouge Parish is part of the Baton Rouge, LA Metropolitan Statistical Area. West Baton Rouge Parish was formed in 1807; it was named Baton Rouge Parish until 1812.
The Baton Rouge, Gross-Tete, and Opelousas Railroad were chartered in 1853. The company had an eastern terminus on the west bank of the Mississippi River across from Baton Rouge in what later became the City of Port Allen. A steam ferryboat, the Sunny South, made three trips a day to connect the railroad to Baton Rouge. The railroad ran westward into neighboring Iberville Parish passing the village of Rosedale. After reaching Bayou Grosse-Tete near the village of Grosse Tete, the line turned to the northwest and ran to Livonia in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, a total distance of twenty-six miles. The roadbed westward from Livonia to the Atchafalaya River had been prepared by 1861.
The parish has a highly rated school system and is one of the few in Louisiana that has privatized school bus services. West Baton Rouge saw a very small percentage of growth after Hurricane Katrina; According to an estimate of July 2018, the parish’s population was 26,427. West Baton Rouge Parish is governed by a parish council. West Baton Rouge Parish has three incorporated areas (Port Allen, Brusly, and Addis) with local police departments. The West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Department is responsible for law enforcement in all of the unincorporated areas.
West Baton Rouge’s location on the Mississippi River plus railroad transportation has made it attractive to heavy industry. Notable industry includes Placid Refining Company near Port Allen and Dow Chemical Company and ShinTech near Addis.
The docks and other properties of the Port of Greater Baton Rouge are located in West Baton Rouge Parish. Interstate Highway 10 makes West Baton Rouge attractive as a distribution center. A number of warehouses have been built near I-10. Many trucking firms have located near the Huey P. Long Bridge.