Dissatisfied with the result of your fire or flood claim or restoration?
- Think you might have continuing health and property damage issues?
- Its not surprising as most contractors can’t prove they did anything properly and you may have a claim for personal injury and material damage
- We now provide seamless end to end claim support to assist you in your claim against contractors and insurers sometimes with conditional fee arrangements.
How we can help with expert advice:
- Most people have little or no experience or qualification of fire or flood events and tend to believe what contractors tell them.
- There are no national standards in fire or flood recovery or protocols.
- No contractor in the UK has achieved nationally recognised certification or accreditation
- No two contractors follow same procedures and some may take over a year to dry your property
- Inspections show most properties are poorly restored and often have latent damage and health issues
- Contractor membership of Trade association, BDMA or IICRC or ASCR or any qualification is no guarentee of competence.
- Sir MIchael Pitt in his government sponsored review agreed with us. (See Pitt Review of 2007 NE Floods)
- We help individuals, companies and local communities!
- Triage assessments
- Business Continuity Management
- Disaster recovery advice
- Crisis management
Want to know how competent we are? What awards we have won?
- We support you and investigate building restoration problems:
- Drying problems and residual issues
- Drying failures and causes
- Presence or levels of contamination
- Toxic mould and asbestos surveys and analysis
- Indoor air quality assessments
- Drying, sanitation or restoration goals
- Occupant health issues
- Re occurring damage markers
We provide independent claim audit and analysis of:
- Management and time line issues to claim closure
- Drying regimes and performance
- Loss adjuster management and decision making process
- Mitigation and salvage issues
- Pre loss conditions and restoration goals
- Scope of works and possible drift
- Drying and sanitation procedure best practice
- Restoration and replacement decisions
- Contractor competence and procedures
- Equipment levels and its maximum effect
- Time line and cost generally
- Monitoring and results