San Antonio businesses and commercial property owners rely on us to streamline the claims process after major property damage. Our expertise ensures that you receive the best settlement possible as soon as possible to rebuild your business and thrive.

Common Property Damage Claims in San Antonio, Texas

Flooded Residential Neighborhood


Our city is referred to as “‘one of the most flood-prone regions in North America.’” The San Antonio River Authority oversees dams and drainage systems to reduce the damage, but flash floods still happen at a devastating cost.

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Commercial Fire Damage

Commercial Property Fires

Our public adjusters specialize in fire damage claims to commercial properties in Downtown San Antonio and elsewhere, including office buildings, warehouses, and apartment complexes.

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Tornado Approaching a Residence


Strong to severe thunderstorms in the Hill Country can also bring damaging wind gusts that may tear away rooftops and other parts of your building.

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Hail on the Ground


Our public adjusters use state-of-the-art thermal imaging technology when necessary to identify every centimeter of hail damage on your commercial roof system.

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Why Should Property Owners Hire a San Antonio Public Adjuster for Property Damage Claims?

Property owners often find themselves overwhelmed with the unfamiliar claims process that is thrust into their laps when they least expect it. We lift that burden and manage the claim to save them time to focus on customers and employees. Our skills keep the insurance company in check and make sure there are no delays.

Why Use a Licensed Public Adjuster From Jansen/AI?

Property owners in Bexar County and throughout Texas have trusted our public adjusting firm to secure full settlements when their businesses and operations were placed at major risk after property damage. Our expertise is known among the carriers who operate in the regions we serve, and our results after thousands of claims remain unmatched.

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