Moore, OK, June 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- National carriers responding to relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma, have set up an “Insurance Village” at the First Baptist Church. Moore is a suburb south of Oklahoma City that was severely hit by the deadliest storm system to strike the “Tornado Alley” area since 2011. Aiding these carriers, Enservio announced today it will roll in a mobile RV office equipped with laptop computers, cell phones and workstations at this location. The mobile office will be used to support local CAT adjusters, property appraisers, carriers and claimants in an effort to expedite claims processing, contents inventory and valuation services.
Enservio’s team of Service on Site (SOS) field inventory specialists will be on the ground as well to provide hands-on contents inventory services. At Enservio’s mobile RV office, CAT adjusters, claimants, and local field appraisers will have real-time access to MyPropertyLoss.com, an online contents valuation listing service for claimants, and ListAssist, a telephonic inventory capture service. ListAssist offers insureds a trained operator over the telephone to help navigate the process of recreating their inventory. These applications offer robust content recreation and allows insureds more visibility into the process as well as speeding up claim settlements.
Enservio (http://www.enservio.com) has established an emergency catastrophe line that carrier adjusters can call for contents services help. The toll-free number to call is 1-855.864.0456.
“Our hearts go out to the people of Moore, Oklahoma. Our mobile RV office staff will help claimants on behalf of our carrier partners and the insurance industry to accurately capture and value thousands of their lost items in order to get these claims paid as swiftly as possible and help families regain some degree of normalcy,” said Jon McNeil, Enservio CEO. “We have the means, the talent and the right technology to get the job done.”
Claim settlements will also be expedited by the use of ReStore pre-paid debit cards that Enservio carrier partners will issue to claimants for convenient access to badly needed funds. Upon activation, the debit cards can be used immediately to purchase goods and services or to access cash at an ATM.
Farmers Insurance and 15 other insurance companies have set up command posts to aid in property recovery efforts caused by a tornado devastation that is reportedly estimated to cost up to $5 billion in insured property losses. Other organizations camped at the Insurance Village include FEMA and Oklahoma Emergency Management.
Enservio works on the biggest challenge in property insurance – what's inside. We provide a complete suite of software and service solutions to help property insurance carriers price their policies correctly, settle their contents claims quickly and accurately, pay their claims, and help policy holders get their stuff back. Founded in 2004, we are headquartered near Boston, in Needham, MA with offices and professional staff across the United States. Enservio is an active member and supporter of the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) in their continued fight against insurance fraud. For additional information, please visit the company’s web site http://www.enservio.com or call 888.567.7557. Connect with Enservio via LinkedIn (http://us.linkedin.com/company/enservio), Twitter (https://twitter.com/enservio), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/enservio).
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