Truly meeting its own standards as the leading disaster recovery consulting firm in the nation and a top firm worldwide, Adjusters International was selected by the United Nations to represent the interests of the Government of Kuwait and its citizens to assess recovery in the aftermath of the 1993 Gulf War.
On behalf of the Government of Kuwait, Adjusters International was involved in setting up the initial infrastructure for the Public Authority for Assessment of Compensation for Damages Resulting from Iraqi Aggression (PAAC). The project, which lasted approximately six months, required the integration of a wide range of activities, including the rationalization of damages to the victims of war and the development of the claims form that could be used to document such losses. The plan was presented to and accepted by the United Nations. Additionally, Adjusters International established field claim offices in Kuwait and processed more than 150,000 "individual" claims from Kuwaiti citizens. AI then consolidated the Gulf War damages into final claim verification reports.