Assessments Services

We Establish The Extent of Damages Of Your Claim

At MPRC, we work exclusively for the policyholders providing unbiased assessment services. We specialize in helping policyholders prove the extent of damages of  their claim to their insurance company. Our knowledge of assessment techniques clearly gives us an advantage in identifying the components that are either missed and or ignored by your insurer. As a result our assessment process will reflect the true extent of damages to your property.

Our assessment process is a key factor in garnering you the best settlement award with your insurer. Our process includes:

  • An in-depth assessment by specialized experts to accurately identify causation of the damages to: equipment, products, inventory, contents & building.
  • Using a range of experts to define an accurate time line of repairs; this time line is crucial for Loss of Income and Additional Living Expenses claims.
  • We determine the extent of damages and the methods of reconstructing your property loss.

As experienced appraisers, we define and determine the particulars that are required, by your insurer, in establishing the loss and damage caused to your property.

If the insurer rejects our assessment of causation and or extent of damages and or method of remedy we will guide our clients towards the best method to resolve these disputes with their insurer.

Our assessment team works with policyholders, lawyers and public adjusters located in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Barrie, Kawartha’s, Muskoka’s, Haliburton, Parry Sound, Ottawa, Kingston, Windsor, London, Brantford and all other communities in Ontario.

Let us help you protect your single biggest investment – call us at (647) 978-1931 or email at


We’re Here to Help.

Call MPRC before or after you have reported your insurance claim – we work directly for you to protect your biggest investment.

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