PUBLIC ADJUSTERS FOR YOUR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE CLAIM
Residential Insurance Claims
When your home is lost in a fire or suffers hurricane, hailstorm or water damage, it may be one of the worst days of your life. We understand that your focus is on protecting your family and property. But now you have the added responsibility of preparing a homeowners property insurance claim. Have you done this before? It can become time consuming and frustrating without an insurance claim expert on your side. Keep in mind, the insurance company handles claims every day and will have its own expert team to protect its financial exposure to your claim. Who can look out for you?
Jansen/Adjusters International (Jansen/AI) public adjusters only help policyholders, not the insurance company. We prepare and present the property damage claim in detail and negotiate on your behalf for the correct and maximum claim settlement. We’ve handled claims for homeowners in Texas, Oklahoma, New Orleans, and across the U.S. Whether it’s Houston flood damage, Dallas tornado damage, Oklahoma hail damage, New Orleans hurricane damage, or some other unexpected disaster, we’re by your side start to finish. We help you understand your policy, apply its options to your benefit, comply with the time-sensitive requirements outlined in your policy, and ensure you get the insurance settlement you’re entitled to so you and your family can get back to your lives sooner.
Unparalleled Property Insurance Claim Expertise
We have more senior-level and certified public adjusting professionals than any other organization. With licensed public adjusters in Texas, Oklahoma, and Puerto Rico — and with over forty offices across the U.S. and Canada — our claim expertise and resources are unmatched. Jansen/AI is a member of NAPIA and is a BBB Accredited Business.
Local Commitment, Global Resources
With regional offices in Dallas and Houston, Oklahoma City, and New Orleans we know the types of the disasters local homeowners face and how to efficiently prepare claims for those disasters — such as residential fire damage, Dallas tornado damage, Houston flood damage, Oklahoma hail damage or New Orleans hurricane damage. Our elite team is close by to mobilize quickly and manage your homeowners property insurance claim.
History of Results
For over forty-one years, our licensed public adjusters have helped thousands of homeowners in Texas, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, and other parts of the U.S. Sudden property damage can be life-altering, and so can the property insurance claim settlements we secure for our clients.
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Homeowners Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- Alex Pappas - Denver, CO
- Dino Pinerola - Bowling Green, KY
- Donna Weiss - Dallas, TX
- Michele Rubio - Indian Hills, CO
- Roger Grow - Boulder, CO
- Steve Gorham - Fort Collins, CO
We were always aware of the complex issues the claim generated and the difficulty that some of them posed. Your professionalism, knowledge and steadfastness were outstanding and the ultimate result certainly met our most optimistic expectations.Thomas W. AroExecutive Vice President - Alpha Hospitality Corporation, New York, NY
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