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You work hard for your money, but there are so many instances where an insurance company may deny or severely reduce your claim after completing restoration work. Learn how to get the most out of your insurance claim process by using an Assignment of Benefits contract!


What is the Workshop?

To help with this, Cohen Law Group i offers a free workshop designed to help you get paid for the work that you done.  We will show you the insider secrets that the insurance companies don't want you to know.  This workshop will provide you with complimentary documents and tools such as sample Work Authorization Contracts, Demand letters, Consent to speak to the mortgage companies, and much more. We will also teach you how to collect money that has been owed to you by an insurance company with no additional cost to you. 


Who should attend this class? 

Restoration and remediation business owners, new start up restoration companies, businesses who have had their bills reduced or denied by the insurance company, technicians that deal directly with the homeowners, water damage office managers and claims department. 


How much does this cost?

There are other people and companies that offer "similar" classes for $700 to $1500.  However, we offer a fully interactive workshop with documents, flashdrives, and food all for free!


What is Included?

When you attend the class, you obviously gain a wealth of information.  Aside from that, you will also receive one of our booklets explaining in detail Assignment of Benefits process.  You will also receive a flashdrive with all of the documents included, as well as the powerpoint presentation shown during the workshop.  Of course there is also real food!  Now, let's not forget about the fact that you will receive IICRC  or CE credit for attending.


Sound too good to be true?  It's not!

We'll see you at the next one!

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