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Aspen Claims Service – Insurance Adjuster Services Nationwide

Welcome to the new Aspen Claims Service website! We provide claims adjustments nationwide as in industry leading company in the insurance field. We handle comprehensive home and land coverage, reinspection, disaster and catastrophe claims, claims adjuster training and more. We are centrally located in Denver, Colorado. Call us now toll free for more information about…

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Something You May Not Know About Arizona

The “Grand Canyon State” nickname was made official when Arizona became the 48th state in the union in 1912. Erosion from the Colorado River and uplifting of the Colorado plateau formed over a period of 6 million years. The Grand Canyon is visited by over five million visitors per year. The indescribable beauty and majesty…

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Something About Texas You May Not Know

The “Lone Star State” is one of the most well known nicknames of all our states. It signifies Texas as a former independent republic and as a reminder of the struggle with Mexico for independence. Also, the name Texas is from the word “Tejas” which means ‘friends’ in the Caddo language. Aspen Claims Service handles…

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Something You May Not Know About New Mexico

The “Land of Enchantment” nickname describes New Mexico’s scenic beauty and its rich history. The state’s location between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean provides an ideal climate and fosters the nickname that denotes beauty, diversity in color, typography and its people. Aspen Claims Service proudly handles residential & commercial property losses in…

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Something About Colorado You May Not Know

Colorado’s official nickname is The Centennial State. Colorado became the 38th state of the United States in 1876 – exactly one hundred years after the signing of our nation’s Declaration of Independence. So, the nickname is more than appropriate and is emblematic of our great country’s struggle for independence. Aspen Claims Service is headquartered in…

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Something You May Not Know About Alabama

While no official nickname exists, Alabama, since the Civil War, has commonly been referred to as the Yellowhammer State. It is also known as the Cotton State and the Heart of Dixie. The Yellowhammer nickname was unofficially adopted in honor of Confederate troops who wore bits of bright yellow patches on their uniforms, same color…

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Something About Iowa You May Not Know

The Hawkeye name is said to have come from the scout, Hawkeye, in James Fenimore Cooper’s The Last of the Mohicans. The name was officially adopted in 1838 to honor Sauk Chief Black Hawk who fought a war in Iowa in 1832. Aspen Claims Service salutes Iowa, its history and its valuable contributions to our…

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