If an outsider was to look into our industry, I imagine it would be describe it as fractured. I believe that the insurance industry is primarily responsible for this by pinning us up against each other, primarily through peer reviews. I mainly hold companies that are in a referral program with carriers that do not provide bio-recovery / trauma scene cleanup as a primary service in widening this wedge.
It is time to take control of our companies and our industry back!
It is my belief that if we can show a common or similar language in our invoicing like Xactimate does, then we can close the gaps on this fracturing process we find ourselves in. Prices and rate schedules cannot be discussed, but the verbiage and a common thread in what line items we should be using can be shared. What I have built and put together are common core line items with verbiage that have third party confirmation and reasoning as to why a particular line item is required. If we can all balance ourselves on the same hymnal page I think we can take back control of our industry. Not only in the line item verbiage, but with similar paperwork that should be required on trauma, crime and death scenes.
This is not an IICRC credited event, but you will receive a certificate of attendance for any Continuing Education credits.
· First and foremost, pricing, price scheduling line item billing amounts will not be shared or discussed. This would be a violation of FTC practices.
· Discover where you may have been leaving money and billing opportunists on the table and at job sites.
· Learn new and proper verbiage that you can incorporate into your invoicing to reduce adjuster push-back.
· Learn what contracts and other paperwork practices you can include into your company that can be used to secure payments for your services.
· Learn collection techniques you company can use.
· Hear on the corruptness inside the insurance industry that you can use to your advantage.
I know you will see a ROI / Return on your investment with this course.
When building your line items, what are the best ways to justify and substantiate their reasoning.
Is Xactimate for you? What are the pros and the cons of using this software?
What line items are you leaving off of your invoice and what equipment are you not using that you can be collecting on.
Learn what insurance companies are looking for when putting together an invoice. Also, find out what paperwork you can use to speed the process up.
The devil is in the details. What might be missing in your work orders or other paperwork you have signed to begin services.
What are the best practices and options available to you in collecting unpaid invoices.
All proceeds from this class are to be forwarded to
Wimberly, Lawson, Steckel, Schneider & Stine, P.C.
Attorneys at Law
To go towards services for work on Georgia House Bill 417