For more information, contact
Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007

EVESHAM (Nov. 27) – Licensed Public Adjuster Virginia Bordelon will be the featured speaker at the next “Guardian Hour of Power Lunch Seminar” scheduled for Wednesday, December 12.

Bordelon, who works with Metro Public Adjustment, experienced hurricanes Betsy, Camille and Katrina both personally and professionally as a resident of New Orleans and she will address these and other insurance-related issues in her presentation “Let’s Get Proactive!”

The seminar, sponsored by Guardian Settlement Agents, one of the state’s leading title agencies serving all of New Jersey’s 21 counties, will begin at 12 p.m. noon on Wednesday, December 12 at Guardian’s South Jersey headquarters at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, in Marlton (08053). Lunch will be served and there is no charge to attend.

To register for the seminar, contact Guardian Settlement Agents President Drew Whipple at 856-985-9007 or

“Using the services of a public adjuster to help prepare a home for sale is an innovative way for real estate professionals to get maximum value for their clients,” said Guardian CEO Christopher J. Brown. “We provide valuable information such as this free of charge every month in our ‘Hour of Power’ informational seminar series.”

A public adjuster is a professional consultant, licensed by a state’s Department of Insurance, who works on behalf of the homeowner – not the insurance company – to secure the true repair value for property damage. In many cases, this damage may qualify for reimbursement under the homeowners’ policy.

Bordelon will explain how public adjustment firms help homeowners receive funds to repair physical damage, eyesores or cosmetic impairments to facilitate a faster, more profitable home sale. Usually, the homeowner is either unaware of such claims or unable to present them properly, but a public adjuster is qualified to professionally handle claims to maximize the financial settlement.

Metro Public Adjustment was founded in 1993, operates in 32 states – including New Jersey – and is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau. You can contact Bordelon at 985-290-0696 or at

The next “Hour of Power” seminar will be held Wednesday, February 13, 2013, and will feature Ellen McDowell from the Moorestown law firm of McDowell, Riga, Posternock, PC. McDowell, who has lectured extensively on real estate and land use, will address the topic “An Overview of the Tax Appeal Process.” There will be no “Hour of Power” seminar in January.

Guardian Settlement Agents has offices in both Burlington County – at 1000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite Two, Marlton, NJ 08053 (Phone: 856-985-9007, Fax: 856-985-9977) – and Somerset County – at 54 Grove Street, Suite 3 & 4, Somerville, NJ 08876 (Phone: 908-575-9995, Fax: 908-575-9996). Both offices are on the web at

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