Property owners in the largest city of Nueces County trust us to level the playing field with the insurance company, present an itemized claim package, and secure a full and fair settlement that places their business in a stronger position than it was before the disaster struck.
The Gulf Coast Capital Is Vulnerable to Many Disasters.
Commercial Property Fires
An electrical malfunction is one way a fire can start in your building and facilities, causing extensive smoke and fire damage that stops operations.
Check the Corpus Christi flood map to see if your building is at risk of flooding. More often than not, you will need a separate policy for flood coverage.
Being situated in Nueces Bay, our city and region are vulnerable to hurricanes, as seen with Hurricane Harvey in 2017 and Hurricane Hanna in 2020.
The city and its surrounding area can suffer hailstorms that dent and puncture commercial roof systems which may cause more damage if left undetected by the insurance company’s adjuster.
Why Should Property Owners Hire a Corpus Christi Public Adjuster?
It takes time and energy to properly document your damage, calculate business interruption, and make sure your claim is filed on time. The insurance company’s adjuster will be doing some of this, but only in the interest of the insurance company, which would like to protect its financial exposure to your claim. A public adjuster does not belong to your carrier and only represents you. We make sure you have a detailed claim and secure a full settlement.
Why Use a Licensed Public Adjuster From Jansen/AI?
For decades, our reputation has established us as the leading public adjusting firm to help property owners in Aransas, Kleberg, and San Patricio Counties during one of the most catastrophic moments of their lives. We have managed thousands of claims and secured million in settlements for a wide range of businesses in Texas and throughout the U.S.