Local Insurance Claims Since National Insurance Company Policies Recently Disbanded Referral Program Served by Atlanta Water Damage Team (14/02/2013)
In January, one national insurance company disbanded all of its referral programs that utilize national providers for water damage services; at this time, this national insurance company has no plans to recommend water damage providers to its clients as needed. Atlanta water damage company, StructureMedic, announced today that it will step up to fill this gap by serving local residents with local insurance claims.
“Policy holders are at a loss as a result of this national insurance company disbanding its water damage referral programs,” states StructureMedic owner Stephen Elliott. “In addition, water damage companies could recede up to 50% of business leads. Our plan is to help local residents of cities like Atlanta, Kennesaw and Marietta with insurance claims not belonging to national insurance corporations.”
StructureMedic is a 24-hour damage cleanup service with Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. With over 30 years of experience, StructureMedic is there to help people repair their homes from weather-related disasters such as Hurricane Sandy.
“We will bill directly to any local insurance company you decide to use. We will even cover your insurance deductible up to $500.00, ” says Elliott. “We help our clients document everything that they need for insurance filing because water damage in the home is stressful enough and we don’t want to make the process even harder by having our clients figure out their insurance plans.”
StructureMedic is one of Georgia’s biggest and most experienced water damage groups with a variety of services to offer, including fire damage cleanup, smoke and soot cleanup, de-humidifcation, mold removal, HVAC/air duct cleaning, bio hazard cleanup, deodorization and more. StructureMedic’s team is always standing by with fully equipped emergency response vehicles that they use to travel all along the east coast in, rescuing people when disasters strike
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