Cross-Examination: Who is in Charge of Setting Restoration Prices?

Cross-Examination: Who is in Charge of Setting Restoration Prices?

‘We Don’t Pay for That.’ Why DON’T you Pay for That? The insurance industry is legally required to adapt to what the restoration industry charges. It is not the other way around. Carriers need an objectively reasonable justification for denial of claims decisions or they face liability for insurance bad faith.  “When restorers allow insurers Read More

How to Save Your Bacon with a Strong Release of Liability | Cross Examination with Ed Cross

How to Save Your Bacon with a Strong Release of Liability | Cross Examination with Ed Cross

There is sometimes a temptation to incorporate releases and waivers into the contracting process when restorers are faced with either high demand or extenuating circumstances, including natural disasters. Releases came to the forefront of the national restoration conversation this year when the polar vortex caused widespread unexpected damage, primarily from pipe breaks, in the great Read More

C&R Magazine In-Depth Coverage On: The Key to Recovering Fair Market Value for Restoration Services

C&R Magazine In-Depth Coverage On: The Key to Recovering Fair Market Value for Restoration Services

Want stronger rights to payment for your job? Policyholders running off with policy proceeds and not paying you? An Assignment Is Your Best Protection! I am excited to share this article, and podcast/video interview, from Cleaning & Restoration Magazine, by the incredibly talented Michelle Blevins. An assignment makes you the owner of the insurance proceeds. Read More

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