The effects of Iraqi aggression during the 1990-1991 Gulf War were both immediate and long term, making the task of calculating the damages immense. To oversee the damage assessment, the Government of Kuwait established the Public Authority for Assessment of Compensation for Damages Resulting from Iraqi Aggression (PAAC). The PAAC turned to Adjusters International to help prepare its war reparations submissions to the United Nations.
The project, which lasted approximately six months, required the integration of a wide range of activities. These included developing the actual United Nations claims forms, establishing field claim offices, receiving over 150,000 individual claims from Kuwaiti citizens and preparing the consolidated claim verification reports.