With bunks of lumber and materials scattered like twigs across the warehouse yard, this would be a herculean task. Booth & Associates dug in, organized the goods, and rapidly verified the insured's book inventory. Equipment was procured to extract bunks of lumber that had drifted out of the yard.
The sale of this salvage our firm facilitated delivered a signficant return for the insurance firm.
Following a fire and subsequent sprinkler damage at a big box office supply retailer, we inventoried the extensive store contents, and separated damaged from un-damaged & claimed from un-claimed goods.
Upon quick inventory completion, we closed on the sale of the goods and rapidly transported the sold goods to the buyer, enabling the insured to re-open their doors far earlier than expected.
A Vail Colorado major resort hotel incurred significant fire damage just as the peak ski season was approaching. Booth & Associates innovatively solved numerous logistical challenges relating to this claim avoiding the significant financial loss.
We removed damaged commercial furnishings in record time without electricity - demonstrating our firm's logistical experience and breadth of resources.
We surveilled of the off-loading of imported petrochemical equipment, vessels, and distillation towers originating from India in the Port of Houston. Our firm verified shipping manifests of design-specified parts, pipe assemblies and sub systems. Complex project management of transloading of piping, flanges, valves, and pumps and verified specified materials and corresponding heat numbers.
We eliminate the headache of having to wade through muddled stacks of co-mingled new, damaged, insured and non-insured inventories. Our team digs in to separate and clearly identify what can/should be claimed. We'll report in detail the status of the inventory and can also transport the salvage stock off-site if requested to enable business activities to quickly be restored.
Even claims that are literally a "ton of work" are within our scope. This very large water-damaged steel loss required a very accurate inventory of the damaged stock. Los conditions required the steel to be removed and efficiently staged for loading. It was critical for all trucks to be properly scaled and tonnage accurately recorded to ensure the claim was evaluated properly.