Public Adjusters for Your Commercial Insurance Claim
Commercial Property Damage Claims
A sudden disaster like a commercial fire, flood, or Kansas City tornado can destroy or stall your business indefinitely. As you focus on protecting your business, an essential part of that will be preparing a commercial property insurance claim. You’ll need to understand your policy and its conditions. Time-sensitive requirements must be met. The commercial property damage has to be documented accurately and your business interruption or business income loss has to be accounted for. It can become a full-time job.
Meanwhile, the insurance company has its own team of experts to protect its financial exposure to your claim. Who’s looking out for you?
Our licensed public adjusters at Adjusters International/Matrix Business Consulting work only for you, not the insurance company. We are insurance claim experts helping business owners and commercial property owners in Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa. For over thirty-two years, we’ve successfully managed claims for commercial water damage, winter damage, and other natural and man-made disasters. Our team of expert adjusters, forensic accountants, content specialists, and building estimators handle every step and negotiate on your behalf for the correct and maximum settlement.
Unsurpassed Property Insurance Claim Expertise
We have more senior-level and certified public adjusting professionals than any other organization. With licensed public adjusters in Colorado, Nebraska, and Missouri — and with over forty offices across the U.S. and Canada — our commercial claim expertise and resources are unmatched. AI/MBC is a member of NAPIA and the Rocky Mountain Association of Public Insurance Adjusters.
Local Commitment, Global Resources
We live near the businesses and communities we serve and are experts at preparing commercial property claims for the common and unique types of damage that happen to businesses and property in and beyond Colorado. This includes Colorado snow storms, Kansas City tornadoes, commercial fires, and more.
History of Results
For over thirty-two years, we’ve helped thousands of business owners and commercial property owners from Colorado to Missouri secure the correct and maximum settlement after fire damage, burst pipes, winter storm damage, tornadoes, and more.
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What Disasters Do Our Public Adjusters Handle?
Industries Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- AIMCO Properties - Boulder, CO
- Bob's Grocery - Englewood, CO
- Dairy Queen Enterprises, Inc. - St. Louis, MO
- Lakepointe Apartments - Denver, CO
- Mid Continental Airport - Wichita, KS
- Parsons Motors, Inc. - Parsons, KS
- Retail Graphics Printing - Kansas City, MO
Matrix Business Consulting immediately went into action and took control of the situation. A world of options now appeared which our insurance company was not anxious to inform us about. After seeing Matrix in action, the landlord expressed that he wished he had hired them immediately.Corey and Becky Spagnolo
Without your help, I doubt that we would have reached a settlement anywhere near what you achieved for us... Your knowledge and interpretation of my rights under the terms of my policy provided hundreds of thousands of dollars of recovery that otherwise may have been lost, while your skilled negotiations afforded me with the flexibility to apply the settlement funds as I chose.Frank Sinton
For decades, L’Auberge Chez François has been one of the leading restaurants in the metro Washington, D.C., area. Known for its exceptional French cuisine and impressive service, the restaurant is a longtime favorite of Washingtonians celebrating anniversaries, birthdays or other special occasions.
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake, called Nisqually in seismic circles, rocked Seattle, Washington, in 2001 and severely damaged the Starbucks corporate headquarters building.
Super Typhoon Paka, as the storm came to be called, was a 12-hour session of destruction for the island of Guam. Stirring up winds in excess of 200 miles per hour, the tropical cyclone tossed buildings, planes and ships across the island like discarded toys. Among these was the headquarters of Continental Micronesia, a subsidiary of Continental Airlines. The main offices, the marketing buildings and the planes were damaged by the powerful typhoon.