Steve Boydstun has decades of experience in business and has been a leader in the advocacy of policyholders for almost a decade. As the Chief Administrative Officer and Director, he fills a vital role for our high-end clientele and successful operations of the firm. Steve is one of the founding members of SunPoint Public Adjusters, Inc. and has represented numerous clients in the residential and commercial arena.
Steve’s background and education started in aviation. With his strong suit being in accounting and business, he has an in-depth knowledge of commercial operations. His desire to be a commercial pilot and instructor-led him to be one for over 15 years. After Steve became a father, his desire to be home with his family led him to leave the airline industry and successfully transition into the business and insurance industry.
For many years Steve filled the roles of Manufacturer Representative, Regional Sales Manager, Human Resources & Risk Director, and Administrative Director for some of the largest companies in their fields including Graphic Sciences, Certainteed Windows, P&H Crane, Inc., and Cummins Allison. Steve’s diverse background and pertinent construction knowledge strengthened his business acumen and fulfill the strategic roles that these companies need.
Steve’s desire to help the public enabled him to become a policyholder’s advocate. Steve became a financial investor and Co-Founder of SunPoint Public Adjusters, Inc. His role takes on many faces as he is a known expert in this industry. His passion for helping clients and managing businesses, Steve services our clientele by ensuring smooth operations and claims handling and lends his expertise in every facet of the company. Steve co-authored “When the Smoke Clears” an expert’s guide to insurance claims.
“What I love about my role is I am able to pitch in wherever needed with our clients as well as with the office. There always seems to be a wildcard thrown out by the insurance companies, and being part of the pulse of our company allows me to offer my insight into the solutions. I know every morning our job is going to be tough; the carriers make sure of that. But, I also know that our clients expect ... and deserve us to be tougher. I make sure that we don’t let them down.”
Current Public Adjuster Licenses:
California, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Washington, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Wisconsin