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David E. Moore

Principal & Chief Operating Officer

Professional Profile

As a licensed public adjuster, Principal, and Chief Operating Officer at Jansen/Adjusters International, David E. Moore has helped hundreds of business and home owners to recover financially after devastating property losses caused by both natural and man-made disasters. David , who specializes in managing multi-million dollar losses, acts as an advocate for his commercial and residential policyholder clients so that they can focus on running their businesses and caring for their families while he works to expedite and maximize their financial recovery throughout the complicated claims process. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Monticello and a member of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA), he also appears frequently on radio and television programs throughout Texas as a property insurance subject-matter expert.

David has been featured as an expert panelist on Adjusters International’s Property Insurance Roundtable podcast in the episode titled, “Debris Removal and Pollution Damage.”

Public Adjusting Licensures

  • Florida
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Oklahoma
  • Texas

Professional Involvement

  • Executive Vice President at Jansen International, LLC
  • President of Sales at The Marshall Companies Dallas
  • President of Transco American Claims
  • Past President of Florida Association Of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA)
  • Chief Executive Officer Transco Claims of Florida
  • Studied Risk Management at Ashford University
  • Member of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA)


  • Estimated and adjusted claims in settlement value between $100,000 and $30,000,000
  • Expert in Insurance Restoration scope of loss identification, recovery cost estimation, depreciation evaluation and restoration construction
  • Expert in use of Xactimate Construction and Adjustment estimation software
  • Expert in building renovation, repair, and replacement construction and estimation