Our Public Adjusting Services Property Damages
Fires cause indirect damage from smoke, residue, and water, which can lead to a complex claims process if not accurately documented.
Wind damage can compromise your property and infrastructure by creating damage that may go undetected.
Water damage can quickly escalate into extensive and unsafe property damage, and also become a health hazard. It is important to document and handle it immediately.
Hurricanes can result in a variety of damages. We understand what to look for and asses the full extent of all losses to maximize your recovery.
A potential or sudden structural collapse within your community does not have to bring it down. We can help you recover.
Hail damage can go unnoticed, incidentally or not. We know where to look and how to prove its total property damage.
Earthquakes can cause undetected property damage. How can you properly detect and assess the risk?
Water damage isn’t the only hazard a flood carries to your property. Our expert adjusters evaluate and prove the full scope of loss.
Wildfires bring devastation. We can help you to recover when we evaluate your damage and help negotiate the maximum claim.
Sudden winter storm damage within your community does not have to bring it down. Our expert public adjusters can help you recover.
Government & Non-Profits Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- 108 Owners Corporation Manhasset Condo
- 1618 14th Street, NW, LLC
- 17th Street Revocable Trust
- 18749C N. Frederick Corporation
- 2108 Bolton Street
- 218 East Main Street Partnership
- 245 Granby, LLC
- 380 York Road Associates
- 388028 British Columbia Ltd., Inc.
- 3D Treats, Inc./dba Dairy Queen
- 517 S. Broadway, LLC
- 53rd Street & Madison Tower Development LLC
- 700 S. Peters Owners Associates
- 732 Maryland Avenue Partnership
- 918 North Charles-Acquisition LLC
- A & D Convenience
- A & G Management
- ABC Carpet & Home
- Aberdeen Village
- Absecon Home Center
- Accuworks, Inc.
- Acme Paper & Supply Co.
- Acri Graphics
- ADA Association
Months after the storm passed, the County was still faced with tremendous burdens related to the insurance coverage issues and FEMA and MEMA eligibility issues. Jackson County hired Adjusters International to provide professional services for disaster assistance, remediation, restoration and recovery efforts. ...Their expertise with governmental regulations, the complex FEMA process and insurance adjustments resulted in our successful claim for over $2 million in additional FEMA Public Assistance funding specifically; in our successful negotiations with our insurance carrier; and in numerous other increases in the values FEMA and MEMA initially designated for County projects. Jackson County will always be mindful of the help we received from Adjusters International when we needed it most.Alan K. SudduthCounty Administrator - Board of Supervisors, Jackson County, Mississippi
We had initially thought we would be able to assess the damage and work with FEMA and our insurance carrier's adjusters by ourselves. It quickly became evident that we were going to need help. We realized we did not have the personnel, time or expertise it was going to take to deal with complex governmental regulations and equally complex insurance and adjusting issues, especially when it was taking all the resources we had just to get essential county services up and running again. ...AI really came to the rescue. You delivered what you promised, and that counts for everything down here in South East Texas.Cary Erickson, SPHRDirector of Human Resources and Risk Management - Jefferson County, Texas
For decades, L’Auberge Chez François has been one of the leading restaurants in the metro Washington, D.C., area. Known for its exceptional French cuisine and impressive service, the restaurant is a longtime favorite of Washingtonians celebrating anniversaries, birthdays or other special occasions.
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake, called Nisqually in seismic circles, rocked Seattle, Washington, in 2001 and severely damaged the Starbucks corporate headquarters building.
Super Typhoon Paka, as the storm came to be called, was a 12-hour session of destruction for the island of Guam. Stirring up winds in excess of 200 miles per hour, the tropical cyclone tossed buildings, planes and ships across the island like discarded toys. Among these was the headquarters of Continental Micronesia, a subsidiary of Continental Airlines. The main offices, the marketing buildings and the planes were damaged by the powerful typhoon.