From terrorist attacks to hurricanes, explosions to earthquakes, fires to floods, Adjusters International has been instrumental in putting our clients on the road to recovery — and back to normalcy and prosperity. We have helped policyholders of all types recover from many of the worst natural and manmade disasters of the past quarter-century. Among them are FEMA grantees and sub-grantees, for whom Adjusters International's professionals also apply their expertise and advocacy, guiding them through the complicated application process.
To capsulize our abilities and how we have assisted those affected by disasters, we have produced a publication chronicling a variety of disaster recovery operations in which Adjusters International has been involved. And we call your attention to the comments included, from the clients we have been privileged to serve.
"Responding to the Worst Disasters" highlights the recovery efforts we have undertaken on behalf of our clients, including: The World Trade Center's bombings of 1993 and 9-11-2001; The Government of Kuwait following the Persian Gulf War; the State of Oklahoma following the Oklahoma City bombing; the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center after Hurricane Katrina; and working with state emergency management teams.
"Responding to the Worst Hurricanes, Storms & Floods" focuses specifically on our response to many of the worst natural disasters of the past quarter-century, including: the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina; the Florida Keys following hurricanes Dennis, Katrina, Rita and Wilma; and the Texas Medical Center following the rains of Tropical Storm Allison.