Adjusters International Opens New Office in Hawaii

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The grand opening of Adjusters International's new office on the Island of Maui in Kahului, Hawaii, will be held on April 1, 2011. The new office has been opened in response to the continued growth of their business in Hawaii and throughout the Pacific Islands.

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Adjusters International (http://www.AdjustersInternational.com) announced today that the grand opening of their new office on the Island of Maui in Kahului, Hawaii, will be held on April 1, 2011. The new office has been opened in response to the continued growth of their business in Hawaii and throughout the Pacific Islands.

Adjusters International provides public adjusting and disaster recovery services to homeowners, business owners, organizations, and government entities following major disasters. The company's core focus is maximizing and expediting their clients' financial recovery from FEMA Public Assistance grants and property insurance claims.

The new office is located at 33 Lono Avenue Suite 380, Kahului, HI 96732 and can be reached at (808) 345-0756. Adjusters International has brought Hawaii native Francis Kau on staff as Manager of Pacific Islands Services. Mr. Kau, a former United States Army Officer, is an experienced leader and seasoned senior executive manager in both civilian organizations and governmental agencies.

"The addition of the Maui office is a direct result of the increasing demand for our services in the Hawaii Islands, as well as American Samoa, Guam, and Micronesia," explains John Marini, Adjusters International's Chief Operating Officer and Vice President. "With already more than 40 offices nationwide, Adjusters International's continued expansion highlights our commitment to assisting our clients at a local level."

About Adjusters International

Adjusters International is one of the nation’s largest public adjusting organizations and a leader in disaster recovery services for FEMA's Public Assistance program. Public adjusters work on behalf of insured clients—not insurance companies—to prepare and settle their property damage claims. FEMA's Public Assistance program assists states, local jurisdictions and other eligible applicants to rebuild and recover after a disaster. 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, such as the Oklahoma City bombing, World Trade Center bombing, 9-11-2001 event, and every major hurricane, earthquake and flood of the past quarter century.

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