Adjusters International

Public Adjuster Case Studies

In the aftermath of a disaster, you deserve the attention and expertise of a property insurance claim professional who will work only on your behalf to maximize your claim settlement. Our experience and advocacy are paramount to our work for every family, business, organization, and community we serve. As you consider our services, we encourage you to review some of our case studies and see for yourself.
Our public adjusters have helped thousands of families, businesses, and organizations rebuild their lives and save their businesses and communities after natural and man-made disasters. For every claim in any disaster, we have brought our experience and resources to successfully manage its intricacies, document and prove its value, and negotiate the best settlement to help our clients recover sooner.
All Case Studies
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    Major Fire Damages a Honolulu High–Rise Condominium

    A major fire swept through a 20-story office condominium in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii. It was one of the most extreme fires in the city’s history. Fire forces from across the entire island came to the site to battle the eight-hour blaze, and numerous firefighters were injured in the process.

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    Hurricane Damages Florida Home

    Luxury Home in Florida Damaged by Hurricanes Description A luxury home in Florida was directly in the path of hurricanes Frances and...

  • Upscale Apartment Plagued by Mold Problems Thumbnail Image

    Upscale Apartment Plagued by Mold Problems

    A beautiful, luxury apartment in a New York City high-rise, valued at approximately $4 million, was damaged by water, but the more serious culprit was the resulting growth of mold.

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    City of New Orleans

    In New Orleans, Adjusters International’s well-executed strategy and ability to accelerate FEMA funding helped break down the barriers to recovery.

    The world’s attention was focused on the city in the days and weeks after Hurricane Katrina hit, as its citizens endured significant and extended hardship and despair. Serious questions were raised regarding disaster preparedness, triggering concerns about similar events in the future, not only in the Gulf Coast region, but in cities, states and nations around the world.

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    Lee County, City of Fort Myers, City of Sanibel (Florida)

    An unprecedented four hurricanes ravaged Florida in 2004—Hurricanes Charley, Jeanne, Ivan, and Frances. Adjusters International was contracted for disaster recovery consulting in August 2004 to assist Lee County, in addition to two of its component cities, Sanibel and Ft. Myers.

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    Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

    In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, Adjusters International set to work at Ground Zero, leading the recovery efforts for the New York & New Jersey Port Authority, owners of the 16-acre World Trade Center site.


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    Holy Cross Hospital

    Trained eyes can see what others overlook.

    Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is an award-winning, nonprofit hospital serving more than 55,000 patients each year. For more than 50 years, the hospital has served the sick and injured in the Ft. Lauderdale and southern Florida areas, and at the same time conducted unique wellness programs.

  • Monroe County, Florida—Hurricane Damage x 4! Thumbnail Image

    Monroe County, Florida—Hurricane Damage x 4!

    In the aftermath of four hurricanes, Adjusters International provided the path to financial recovery.

    The primary landmass of Monroe County, Florida, is the Florida Keys. The 220-mile-long chain of islands extends into the Gulf of Mexico from the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula, providing magnificent, well-known vistas. 

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