Adjusting Company Sued By Owners Of Historic Hotel
The Greenbrier Corporation, which own the historic Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia, has filed a lawsuit in US District Court against an insurance adjusting firm for allegedly failing to meet its obligations to recoup from insurers financial losses for damages to the hotel that occurred during a 2016 flood.
The hotel, located in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., has a history stretching back to 1778. In June 2016, White Sulphur Springs was inundated by flooding after 11 inches of rain fell in 12 hours.
“With many families displaced and homes destroyed, the Greenbrier immediately opened its doors to the White Sulphur Springs community, while the hotel and members of the Greenbrier Club raised millions of dollars to help the community recover,” the Greenbrier Corporation said.
The corporation is now suing Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International (GGG) for allegedly failing to do its job in the aftermath of the flood.