SOUTHFIELD, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Globe Midwest/Adjusters International (Globe Midwest/AI), the Midwest’s oldest and largest public adjustment firm, with headquarters in Southfield, MI, announces the opening of a new office in Appleton, WI.
“We are excited to announce the opening of our new Appleton office and look forward to using our long experience in the region to help local families and businesses successfully navigate the insurance claims process to get the fair and just settlements they deserve after disasters,” said Carl Gross, Chief Operating Officer of Globe Midwest/AI.
“The Fox Cities region is one of the largest, fastest growing urban centers in Wisconsin,” said Gross. “By expanding our presence into this area, we can offer local expertise that levels the playing field for these businesses after disasters by evaluating, documenting, and negotiating their insurance claims for the maximum amount so they can get back to business sooner.”
Globe Midwest/AI’s office is being headed-up by Appleton’s own Travis Schulke, who has more than 10 years of experience in the restoration, mitigation and insurance claim industries.
“We are eager to meet new clients, deepen our connections with existing clients and develop relationships with new partners,” stated Schulke.
About Globe Midwest/Adjusters International
As the Midwest’s largest and oldest public adjusting firm, Globe Midwest/Adjusters International’s core focus is exclusively representing property and business owners, during the insurance claim process, to maximize and expedite our clients’ insurance claim settlement. Globe Midwest/AI has offices in: Southfield and Grand Rapids, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; and Appleton, Wisconsin. Globe Midwest/AI professionals are experienced with the types of natural disasters that strike the Midwest, the companies that insure here, and how local claims are handled. Since their opening in 1924, the firm has successfully represented over 15,000 residential and commercial policyholders during the insurance claim process to ensure each received a fair and just settlement.
Stuart Dorf, J.D.