Titan Public Adjusting

Fresno, California

Titan Public Adjusting is a licensed, bonded California public adjusting firm. It serves as an independent, objective authority who can assess insurance claims and help policy holders ensure they’re treated right by their insurance company and receive the maximum payout to which they're entitled.


Since 1988 Corey Locke has worked in the insurance industry, first as an adjuster/investigator for insurance carriers and then as a public adjuster/estimator helping policy holders recover the maximum payout on their claims. In 2018 Corey formally named his business Titan Public Adjusting and wanted to create a website to support his brand.


Corey contacted Susan Greene for assistance in developing his website. Susan created a marketing direction and organization plan for the site. She then wrote copy and oversaw the site’s design, which was handled by web designer Ben Ursal.


For years Corey had relied on word-of-mouth to attract new business. And while he’d been extremely successful, he knew investing in marketing could accelerate his company’s growth.

While it’s too soon to tabulate the actual numbers of the website’s impact, Corey has received extremely favorable feedback on the site and is proud to include its URL on all of his marketing materials.

He has no doubt that building the website was the right step forward in taking his company to the next level. His only regret is that he didn’t do it sooner.

Here's what the client said about the copy:

Thank you for the great work!

Susan, well done! Thank you for the great work on my website. The care you took in crafting the copy and integrating the photos makes it a very inviting site. It presents well and I am extremely happy with the result. Well done!

Corey M. Locke, AIC.
Principal/Public Adjuster
Titan Public Adjusting
Fresno, California

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