Welcome to Adjusters International

Founded in 1985, Adjusters International (AI) is a national leader in public insurance adjusting. We are proud to have more senior and certified public adjusters than any other organization of our kind. AI works exclusively for the policyholder to ensure maximum results from first-party property insurance and FEMA disaster recovery claims. Our singular focus is our clients' financial recovery in the aftermath of a devastating property loss.

Adjusters International has the experience, expertise, and resources to thoroughly investigate your loss; accurately prepare, document and submit your claim; and get a full, fair and timely settlement.

Our regional offices are located in:


Our Leadership

Patrick-Bickford

Patrick W. Bickford, SPPA
Golden, Colorado

President & CEO of AI-Colorado, Inc., a Founder and Director of AI, and a public adjuster with more than 35 years of experience in commercial & government property loss adjustment.

Jim-Beneke

Jim Beneke, SPPA
Austin, Texas

A founding member of Adjusters International and third-generation public adjuster with 36 years of experience, primarily in commercial & multi-family property insurance claims.

Luis-Esteves-Jr

Luis Esteves
Dallas, Texas

Regional Director with 20 years of experience beginning in the construction industry and currently as a public adjuster.

Bruce-Kabat

Bruce Kabat
Golden, Colorado

Chief Operating Officer of AI-Colorado, Inc. with more than 12 years of experience as a public adjuster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Can the act of caring keep the phone ringing? Bruce Kabat Advises Inc. Magazine’s Readers

Adjusters International Colorado’s Chief Operations Officer, Bruce Kabat, recently offered advice on increasing word-of-mouth referrals to Inc. Magazine’s readers in the article, “5 Steps You Must Take to ...

Adjusters International Colorado’s Chief Operations Officer, Bruce Kabat, recently offered advice on increasing word-of-mouth referrals to Inc. Magazine’s readers in the article, “5 Steps You Must Take to Build Your Business by Word of Mouth.” In the piece, Kabat gives tips on things that business owners can do to help build trust in their brand and create advocates for their products.

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Safety and Property Readiness Resources for Tropical Storm Bill

With much of the South and Mid-western U.S. bracing for Tropical Storm Bill to hit landfall today, home and business owners are preparing for the worst. Meteorologists are ...

With much of the South and Mid-western U.S. bracing for Tropical Storm Bill to hit landfall today, home and business owners are preparing for the worst. Meteorologists are predicting that the storm will bring upwards of 10 inches of rain throughout Texas, Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma and may cause major flooding throughout the region.

Bruce Kabat, Chief Operating Officer of Adjusters International which has offices in Oklahoma and Texas, says that as much as insureds may be concerned about their houses and offices, getting their families and employees to safety should be their first priority.

Flooding is first and foremost a safety concern so everyone in the area needs to be on alert and heed all warnings from local and state officials. The danger of being injured or worse is real so don’t underestimate the power of these storms. Property damage is a secondary concern and can be dealt with once your loved ones are safe.

Bruce Kabat, COO

In order to help the people in affected areas to prepare, we have compiled the following links to important safety and insurance information:

Safety Resources

Floods can and do cause millions of dollars in property damage each year. According to FEMA’s statistics, more than $9,000,000 in NFIP flood claim dollars were paid in 2012 alone. Carl Gross, Vice President and Chief Administration Officer at Globe Midwest/Adjusters International which serves states throughout the Midwest, cautions that the unpredictability of these storms is what makes them so dangerous.

We will have no idea about the extent of the damage until after it passes so I always recommend that residents and business owners prepare for the worst in these situations. When storms such as this one hit, almost every homeowner affected files insurance claims immediately following the event. This means that insurance company adjusters are inundated with claims, phone calls and questions. It is especially important to be persistent and to keep detailed notes concerning everyone you speak to and what you are told by the insurance company.

Carl Gross, VP and Chief Administration Officer

Property Damage Resources

For more information or to speak to a public adjuster at Adjusters International Colorado/Texas visit www.ai-colorado.com or call 1-800-441-6363.

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