Consulting

Our Services

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Loss & Restoration Consulting

Including Toronado, fire, flood and other natural and man made disasters.

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Expert Witness

Jim is one of the most experienced expert witnesses in the disaster insurance industry. He is used in State and Federal Courts by restoration companies, insurance companies, and insureds. Jim just calls it how he sees it, no matter which side he is representing
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Workshops

Hands on training and workshops in a variety of disaster response and restoration subjects.

JIM THOMPSON WORKS AS A RESTORATION CONSULTANT OR SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER ON LARGE COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL DISASTER RESTORATION AND HAZMAT SITES AS A CONSULTANT TO RESTORATION-HAZMAT COMPANIES ON MAJOR LOSSES.

Jim gives one-on-one consulting with restoration company owners and management teams

About large loss marketing, signing them up and knocking them out.

He concentrates on your company’s goals and abilities. Where to you want to take your restoration company and then maps out a marketing & implementation plan to get you there.

Without goals, plans and targets laid out, dreams-stay dreams.

Call Jim for more information 727-424-2000

Jim works with restoration companies all over the US on major hazmat and commercial restoration projects as the Site Safety and Health Officer where he is responsible for the safety and medical response for over 100 employees and temps at a time.

As a member of the restoration company’s command team, Jim is fully involved in running the projects in addition to Safety and Health.

Jim Thompson’s Large Loss Restoration Philosophy.

The number one focus in the commercial disaster restoration business should be to get commercial-industrial businesses open after a loss as fast and economical as humanly possible using every bit of technology and equipment at our disposal to get them back up and servicing their clients. Including utilizing the manpower and equipment the insureds have available.

We are not in the equipment rental business just to rent fans and LGRs for as many days as humanly possible before getting kick off the job and then sue for 10 years to get paid.

Most of the large commercial losses, I handled across the US, needed to be back up and running as fast as possible. Not because of business interruption insurance. Their customers clients-would go somewhere else-instantly to purchase the goods or services they need. If the company that had the loss couldn’t service their clients needs and wants, the client would go to the insured’s competition-instantly.

The insured that had the loss would lose market share and up to 90% of businesses that sustained a disaster would not last in business the next five years,

If we can’t save the client’s business, and get them open as fast as humanly possible, we are not needed as an industry to survive.

Contractors can gut or tear down a building fast. If we can’t save the building and thus the customers business, then we are just milking the bill.

The large loss-commercial-industrial restoration industry will not survive, if our fees ae higher than replacement costs.

Care about the insured’s business, work with them to reopen as soon as possible and keep the loss to a minimum and repeat sales to your restoration company is ensured. Rip off the insureds, and the insurance company and forget about repeat business.

Only the Best

Do you want to expand your restoration company and handle larger commercial/industrial losses?

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Years in the disaster business

Over 500 Large Commercial-Industrial Losses in 43 States