Getting paid is one of the most challenging aspects of running a restoration company. Justifying your costs, equipment, and labor with the insurance adjuster can be an onerous process.
But most restoration contractors don’t have the time or bandwidth to communicate and follow up on invoices regularly. This leads to restorers settling for significantly less than they billed simply because they need to get paid.
One Claim Solution helps bridge that gap. We help restorers process their insurance invoices, and work with adjusters to achieve a fair outcome that gets the restorer paid quickly and fairly.
It takes way to long to get paid … 45, 60, sometimes 75+ days! You have to pay your employees and your bills. You need to have the liquidity to cover operating expenses and supplies. But your collectors don’t care how many outstanding invoices you are waiting to collect.
If you have a stack of invoices that are stuck in processing with the insurance adjuster, you are hindering your company’s success and ability to grow. OCS helps restorers obtain a more reliable cashflow by:
Jump on a call with our team and help us better understand your restoration business.
Ask us anything you want – we will probe a bit, too.
Provide us with your work authorization, contract and basic data on your insurance invoices.
We’ll analyze this to see where and by how much we can add value to your invoices.
Reconnect live to talk through your Baseline Review Package, which includes specifics on our service offering and pricing.
If you’re ready to move forward, we’ll send you a billing agreement to review and execute.
If you’re an RIA member, you can get a 10% discount on the first year of services. Learn more.
Then, we’ll ask you to modify your work authorization, pricing, and documentation practices – these changes enable us to do our best work for you.
We’ll also request basic customer service- and billing-related information.
Hop on a call with us one last time to review any open questions.
From then on, send your invoices and claim documentation to us – not the carrier. We’ll take it from there!