After significant property damage, you should get every dollar owed from your insurance policy. Our Laredo, Texas public adjusters protect insured commercial property owners, homeowners, and government organizations in Laredo to ensure a fair claims process.
Our public adjusters specialize in claims for disasters in Laredo and South Texas.
Heavy rain can flood your Laredo property, as seen in the summer of 2022 in the San Enrique neighborhood off Highway 359. We can refer you to reliable building reconstruction and water mitigation consultants to perform proper flood cuts and more.
Commercial Property Fires
Fire and smoke damage may render your apartment complex, venue, or stadium useless until complete restoration. If the fire spreads from one location to another property, say within the Mall del Norte, claims from other business owners may be involved. We streamline the process for all involved in your claim and secure the necessary funds from your policy to restore your property.
Strong winds may rip off your rooftop, cut power lines, and cause other debilitating damage. It may be to commercial property like in 2022 with a gas station on Guadalupe and Meadow, your home, or to local infrastructure.
Why should Laredo property owners hire a public adjuster?
A licensed public adjuster from a well-established firm like Jansen/AI will have a track record of professionalism and success in helping South Texas policyholders recover and come back stronger after disasters. Our team handles every step of the claim and proves to the insurance company what it owes you from your policy.
Why use a licensed Laredo public adjuster from Jansen/AI?
We listen to your needs and goals and apply that to your claims strategy. We document all the damage accurately, ensure deadlines in the claims process are met without fail, present an itemized claim package, and negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company, keeping you informed during every step. We have set the bar for property insurance claim management for policyholders in this region near mile marker 1 of Interstate Highway 35.