Alberto Espinosa, Regional Director at R&G Espinosa, has extensive experience in handling claims in Financial Lines and Casualty Division, also claims caused by hydrometeorological phenomena and fire. Throughout his several years in the Insurance Industry, he has successfully adjusted Complex and Large Claims in Latin America. Alberto also has extensive experience in handling Catastrophic Claims thanks to his participation in attending those derived from Hydrometeorological Phenomena such as: Earthquake in 1999 (Colombia), Hurricane Wilma in 2005 (Mexico), Hurricane Odile in 2014 (Mexico) and Hurricane Irma and Maria in 2017 (Puerto Rico). Do not hesitate to contact us for further information email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
This year, we are celebrating our 15th Anniversary. Over the years we have been able to continually strengthen our Team by learning from our experiences, by expanding our presence across Latin America and the Caribbean, and by focusing on the quality of the services which we provide. We are proud to be recognized as one of the Best Adjusting Firms in the region. Reaching this landmark would not have been be possible without your support, for which we are most deeply appreciative.
Due to the current pandemic, we have decided to postpone our Cocktail Party celebration. However, please rest assured that the event will be rescheduled as soon as we return to normal ... See MoreSee Less
Today, the Dominican Republic commemorates Independence Day. On the 27th day of February each year, the country honors its Founding Fathers with a tribute at the monument of Puerta del Conde, the historic gate where the war for independence was declared. The Dominicans’ cultural identity and creativity are on display throughout this vibrant month. Locals honor their founding fathers. We commemorate this special day with our Team in the Dominican Republic. Do not hesitate to contact us DomRepClaims@rygespinosa.com to know more about our services in this territory. ... See MoreSee Less
The Mexican Flag is not only a national symbol but also represents the spirit of unity, courage and patriotism; it is an authentic expression of Mexican origins. Every year, Mexican people recite, sing and honor the flag, remembering the heroes who provided Mexico with freedom and a meaning of homeland. In the link below you can find more information about this tradition that we celebrate today with our team in Mexico ... See MoreSee Less