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Industry Specific Services Lumber, Hardware & Building Materials

Your expertise in coordinating: the voluminous documents into a comprehensive business income claim, the contractor's 60-page building estimate, the Ace Hardware inventory and fixture sheets, and all of the management staff's efforts - then putting them all together into a package that the insurance company actually paid as presented, was really remarkable. We could not have done this without you!
Michelle Richard
Timberline Builders Supply, Walden, CO

Your Situation

Situation 1
1
You just suffered serious damage and you are wondering what to do next.
Situation 2
2
You call your insurance company and wait for an adjuster to come out hoping that they will have your best interests at heart.
Situation 3
3
You moved from the asset side of your insurance company's ledger to the liability side of their ledger.

How We Can Help

The More You Know, The Better The Results.

  • Settlement We will negotiate the best possible settlement.
  • Peace of Mind We can help you get back to your lives, family, and business sooner.
  • Administration We cover every part in preparing and settling your claim.
  • Team A team of experts on your side.

Lumber, Hardware & Building Materials
Factors To Consider

When preparing a claim to a lumber, hardware and building material facility, there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration. To help you navigate the process, we have put together several talking points for you to review. Having a full understanding of each of the below bullet points is crucial to documenting, filing, and successfully settling your insurance claim. If any of these questions give you pause, please feel free to reach out to us for a no-cost discussion about your claim.
  • Replacing versus repairing production lines. Pros and cons.
  • Replacing versus replacing equipment. Pros and cons.
  • Frequently insurance companies use independent building and equipment consultants on large claims to prepare a bid. Who are these consultants? Who are they working for?
  • Increased efficiency and productivity with new equipment. Does the insurance company get a “credit?”
  • What are extra expenses? What can be included?