El Paso Public Adjusters – Expert Claim Management
We secure a full and fair settlement for your business.
Property owners and government bodies in the El Paso Metropolitan Area and El Paso County use our property insurance specialists to advocate for them when dealing with the insurance company. We ensure a fair claims process and help secure a full settlement for major damage.
What Kind of Disasters Can Damage Your Property in El Paso?
Intense summer monsoonal thunderstorms cause flooding in El Paso. In the summer of 2006, heavy rainfall made flood-control reservoirs overflow and caused an estimated $450 million in damage.
Commercial Property Fires
If your building is unattended and a fire breaks out, the damage may cause a collapse or completely destroy the property. Our specialists account for the damage to the structure and the contents within, along with the business interruption losses.
The Franklin Mountains produce interesting wind patterns, and the east side gets strong and potentially-damaging winds between October and May. Your roof and siding may be damaged and downed power lines may interrupt operations.
Large hailstones can crack and damage your outdoor operational equipment and penetrate your commercial roof system. Be sure to get a thorough inspection before the insurance company’s adjuster arrives.
Why Should Property Owners Hire an El Paso Public Adjuster for Property Damage Claims?
A licensed public adjuster with an established reputation for success will:
- Save you time by handling every step of the claim.
- Save you energy by handling the insurance company on your behalf.
- Give you peace of mind as they negotiate aggressively for a fair settlement.
Why Use a Licensed Public Adjuster From Jansen/AI?
We know the types of disasters that impact El Paso and how to expertly prepare claims that leave no room for doubt from the insurance company. We have assisted thousands of policyholders and businesses in a wide range of industries, including medical centers, universities, corporate offices, and government infrastructure.