"Our mission is to be the Public Adjusting firm that consistently exceeds the expectations of our clients and our people. Our competitive advantage lies in the quality of our people and the quality of the work we do for our clients."
Metro Public Adjustment was founded on December 20, 1993. The company, was originally operated out of a bedroom in the house of Steven J. McCaffrey, President of Metro. Due to Metro's rapid growth, Metro doubled its needed office space, thus using up two bedrooms.
Due to the enormous success of the Metro Business Plan, Metro outgrew its humble beginnings and moved its operation to the Greenwood Square office complex located on Street Road in Bensalem. It was there that a visitor could stop by and find groups of people in the office, no matter what time of day. All night long the phones would ring, as the pioneers at Metro worked on building their businesses.
While the Pennsylvania operation began to grow, Steven J. McCaffrey, along with Mike Woodford, an Adjuster with Metro began doing meetings in New Jersey once a week at Steve Martini's house. It was in the now infamous Martini's kitchen that the Metro Business Plan would be shown to new recruits. With pool side test training being conducted each week, the Martini house was destined to produce great results, thus requiring a big office. Either that, or it was the fact that Steve Martini didn't like cleaning up after everyone left that made him push everyone to build the Metro business so much. In either case, Metro soon outgrew this location, and opened up an office in the Central New Jersey area.
A short while later, Metro outgrew their office space, and moved the corporate headquarters to an even bigger location in the Greenwood Square office complex. In an effort to track all of the activity of the Metro Representatives, Metro contracted with Z - Systems, Inc., to begin writing a custom computer program known as MetPay. This program, which tracks everything from all of the submitted claims, the Metro Organization, and even the activity on every claim, was truly a monumental project. MetPay is a sure sign of Metro's commitment to helping its Representatives to build their businesses. Metro's philosophy of re-investing in the company has assisted Metro in achieving its high level of growth in the Public Adjusting Industry. Metro is committed to providing an valuable service to its clients while providing an excellent opportunity to its people. We wish you all much success with Metro and hope that you will prosper immensely.
I am a License and Bonded Public Adjuster in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. My mission is to walk you down the path to the American Dream of homeownership and much more...