Our Public Adjusting Services Property Damages
A potential or sudden structural collapse to your commercial property does not have to bring down your business.
Earthquakes can cause undetected property damage. Will your insurance company’s adjuster accurately detect and assess the damage?
Fires cause additional damage beyond what burns. Smoke, residue, and water damage can also occur, leading to a complex claims process that could interrupt your business’s recovery.
Water damage isn’t the only hazard a flood carries to your property. Our expert adjusters evaluate the full scope of loss.
Hail damage can go unnoticed. We know where to look and how to prove your total property damage.
A hurricane can result in many types of damage, which can complicate the insurance claims process if not documented and managed with expertise.
Wind damage can compromise your building’s structural integrity without you realizing it, placing occupant safety at risk.
If disaster suspends your business operations, the coverage for your business income loss can become difficult to determine without an expert advocate on your side.
Water damage can be hazardous to your property and the health of your employees. It is important to document and mitigate it immediately.
Wildfire may be unavoidable, but recovery can be managed with a full scope of damage and proof of loss developed by our public adjusters to help save your business.
Property damage from a winter storm can collapse your business unexpectedly unless you have an expert public adjuster on your side to help maximize your claim.
When a disaster devastates your property and halts construction, the mounting costs from delay can become immeasurable. How are you covered?
Industries Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- A&M Custom Homes - Gig Harbor, WA
- A-1 Custom Trophies, Inc. - Westminster, CO
- A1 Vacuum Cleaner - Albuquerque, NM
- AAMCO Transmission - Pueblo, CO
- Abbey at Cherry Creek HOA - Denver, CO
- Abdiana - Kansas City, MO
- Acacia Equities - Thornton, CO
- Academy Of Beauty Culture, Inc. - Kennett, MO
- Acadian Seafood Restaurant - Baton Rouge, LA
- Advanced Energy - Ft. Collins, CO
- AIMCO Properties - Boulder, CO
- Albuquerque Allsuite - Albuquerque, NM
- Allstone Ski Tools - Golden, CO
- Alpha Dental Care - Aurora, CO
- Alvarado Apartments - Albuquerque, NM
- Ameri-Cure Inc. - Chandler, AZ
- American Design Inc. - Denver, CO
- American Federal Bank - East Grand Forks, MN
- American Foodsource Corp. - La Junta, CO
- American Yacht Harbor - Red Hook, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
- Americold Corporation - Kansas City, KS
- Ammons Park Home Owners - Lakewood, CO
- Andrews Metal Technologies - St. Louis, MO
- Apartment & Condominium Concepts Unlimited, Inc. - Golden, CO
I want to thank you and your team for a job well done preparing our roof collapse claim! Even with an insurance policy that severely limited our coverage, you were able to work around many of the problems and obtained a far better settlement than the insurance company originally proposed.Brenda Derr
The insurance company's estimate of damage was woefully inadequate. We retained the Matrix company because we wanted someone on our side. We did not need to worry about communicating with the insurance company or become frustrated by its tactics. I can say without hesitation that our claim would not have been settled for the actual cost of damage caused by the hail storm without the hard work of Matrix representing our side on this claim.Chris HanwayPresident - Le Chateau Homeowners Association
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.