Disaster recovery teams from Adjusters International are on their way to the Gulf Coast to assist those affected by Hurricane Isaac. FEMA recovery experts and licensed public adjusters from Adjusters International will measure and document property damages for policyholders including: municipalities, counties, parishes, businesses and non-profit organizations, to assist them in recovering funds for the damages they have sustained.
"Our staff will handle insurance and FEMA claims from our regional and catastrophe offices in close proximity to the damage," said John Marini, Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of Adjusters International. "We did this for Hurricane Andrew in 1992; Marilyn, Luis and Opal in 1996; Charlie, Francis, Ivan and Jeanne in 2004; Katrina and Rita in 2005; Gustav and Ike in 2008 and Hurricane Irene last year. It's a proven approach."
With over 40 offices nationwide, Adjusters International is the nation's largest public adjusting organization and a leader in disaster recovery services for FEMA's Public Assistance program. Adjusters International's public adjusters work on behalf of insured clients-not insurance companies-to prepare and settle their property damage claims. FEMA's Public Assistance grant program encompasses grants to applicants whose losses are eligible and not covered by insurance. Adjusters International's public adjusters and disaster recovery consultants work side by side, combining insurance and FEMA recovery grants to achieve the best financial recovery for their clients. The company's in-depth knowledge of insurance adjusting and the FEMA Public Assistance program is a direct result of their management of claims resulting from the nation's most serious disasters for over 27 years. For more information, please call 800-382-2468.