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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn how to save time estimating remotely without visiting the job site. Gain an understanding of the value of pre and post-3D scans to all project stakeholders, clients, adjusters, consultants, and restoration companies performing the work.

    Using 3D Technology is proven to save time and money with the added bonus of strengthening cross-functional team relationships and perspectives. Join this session to make sure your company is taking full advantage of the technology and finding efficiencies.

    John Warnick

    Mammoth Restoration

    Jon Vogt

    BluSky Restoration Contractors

  • Contains 1 Product(s)

    The Restoration Industry Association's Advocacy and Government Affairs (AGA) committee is the restoration industry’s first unified advocacy team. It seeks to unite the restoration industry and advocate for the best interests of restoration contractors nationwide, and develop and implement strategies to help create and maintain equity between restorers and insurers and their partners.

    The Restoration Industry Association's Advocacy and Government Affairs (AGA) committee is the restoration industry’s first unified advocacy team. It seeks to unite the restoration industry and advocate for the best interests of restoration contractors nationwide, and develop and implement strategies to help create and maintain equity between restorers and insurers and their partners. The AGA committee will advocate for the financial and legal interests of restoration contractors while working collaboratively and fairly with insurers and the other stakeholders involved in the restoration process.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Gain an understanding of how you can apply AI to find efficiencies across company functions including sales, operations, finance, and HR/ Leadership.

    Attend this lively interview exploring how AI technologies can enhance efficiency, accuracy, and decision-making in various restoration business processes. This session will take a look at creative use cases for applying artificial intelligence to Restoration spaces.

    Jeff Moore

    ATI, Inc.

    Chris Nordyke

    Floodlight Head, Hearts, & Boots

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    This session focuses on the 50-State Summary of Assignment of Benefits Laws.

    This session focuses on the 50-State Summary of Assignment of Benefits Laws.

    Edward Cross

    Associate Attorney

    LAW OFFICES OF EDWARD H. CROSS RIA RESTORATION ADVOCATE

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    The RIA sees widespread ignorance of the law of assignments and underutilization of assignments as a significant threat to the health of the restoration industry and the availability of high-quality restoration services to consumers. Accordingly, the RIA has compiled this collection of excerpts of cases and statutes that address certain aspects of the enforceability of assignments for each state, and insurance bad faith. It is not a complete statement of the relevant law, and as laws change, the legal principles may be reversed or become outdated. However, this material will provide a good starting point for restorers, working closely with their lawyers, to formulate an assignment strategy that fits their businesses.

    The RIA sees widespread ignorance of the law of assignments and underutilization of assignments as a significant threat to the health of the restoration industry and the availability of high-quality restoration services to consumers. Accordingly, the RIA has compiled this collection of excerpts of cases and statutes that address certain aspects of the enforceability of assignments for each state, and insurance bad faith. It is not a complete statement of the relevant law, and as laws change, the legal principles may be reversed or become outdated. However, this material will provide a good starting point for restorers, working closely with their lawyers, to formulate an assignment strategy that fits their businesses.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This resource document provides tips for handling spikes in pricing for building materials by changing your material pricing to reflect the real cost for your area.

    The AGA Pricing Task Force has seen spikes in pricing for building materials across the US and Canada. We have been monitoring these increases and how Xactware has handled these increases. Similar to what many estimators do when utilizing third party evaluations for flooring, this document provides tips for you to change your material pricing to reflect the real cost for your area.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Ed Cross discusses challenges with Third Party Administrators (TPAs) and what the RIA AGA is doing to work on these issues.

    Ed Cross discusses challenges with Third Party Administrators (TPAs) and what the RIA AGA is doing to work on these issues.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Claims Connect (Symbility) Q&A

    4-13-RIA-AGA Academy - Symbility Q&A 

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn how to have conversations with adjusters to explore interests and avoid positions. Participants will gain an appreciation for strategic questions rather than establishing positions. Presented by: David Princeton

    Learn how to have conversations with adjusters to explore interests and avoid positions. Participants will gain an appreciation for strategic questions rather than establishing positions. Presented by: David Princeton 

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This session is designed to eliminate common misunderstandings about the IICRC standards. With widespread reliance on the IICRC standards in making decisions with large financial ramifications, the presentation will focus on enhancing consistency in the resolution of claims.

    Did you know that a profound understanding of the IICRC Standards can radically transform your business? 

    IICRC Standards can be used by restorers both as a sword (to support billing) and as a shield (to defend against liability claims). They often have a major impact on the outcome of claims–and the amount paid to the restorer. Yet, widespread misconceptions cloud their purpose, leading to costly misapplications and missed opportunities. 

    Crafted through thousands of hours of expert collaboration, the Standards contain more than just guidelines—they can be a blueprint for excellence in restoration and remediation work. But beware: you can land in hot water if you do not comply with the “standard of care.”

    What does “standard of care” mean in court, and what role do IICRC Standards play in the legal process?

    What parts of the Standards are considered the “standard of care” and which are not?

    Are the Standards intended to apply to every project?

    Get the answers to these questions and more in this lively session with three of the industry’s leading Standards experts: Darren Foote and Bruce DeLoatch, who have trained thousands of professionals on the IICRC Standards, and Ed Cross, who chaired the IICRC Subcommittee on Administrative Procedures and Insurance for the first edition of the mold standard.

    Unlock the true power of the IICRC Standards. You’ll leave with a keen understanding of common pitfalls, ways to avoid them, and tactics to use the IICRC Standards to your maximum strategic advantage!

    Darren Foote

    Edward Cross

    Associate Attorney

    LAW OFFICES OF EDWARD H. CROSS RIA RESTORATION ADVOCATE

    Bruce Deloatch