First, as a homeowner or renter with insurance, you have a duty to mitigate damages. We do a 10-point inspection to your property to see if you have a valid claim as well as any other related and/or unrelated damages we can help you with.
Second, when you have damage to your property, bear in mind that insurance companies always try their best to pay as little as possible. Very often, homeowners are either underpaid for their claims or denied entirely. It is prudent for you to have an attorney review the claim from the moment you realize you have damage.
Within 90 days of filing a claim with the insurance company, attorneys will generally be able to determine whether a settlement can be reached, or if a lawsuit instead needs to be filed. If there is any recovery on your behalf after a lawsuit has been initiated, the insurance company will be responsible for your legal fees and costs, so there will not be any upfront out-of-pocket costs to you.
IICRC certification designates a high level of understanding and practice in the cleaning and restoration industry, and is widely recognized by customers and industry peers.
Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT) course covers mold and sewage remediation techniques to individuals engaged in property management, property restoration, IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality) investigations or other related professions.