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State Farm Insurance Sticking With PSP Program

Posted on Mon, Dec 20, 2010 @ 08:06 AM

state farm,insurance,psp,claims,insurance claim,coverage,premier service provider,disaster, restoration, disaster restoration, property damage, insurance claims, certified restorer, long island, new york, construction, insurance companies, brian martin, homes, buildings, commercial buildings, disasters, water damage, fire damage, smoke damage, indoor air quality, mold remediation, insurance company, iaq, cr, ria, restoration industry association, 24 hour emergency, disaster response, emergency disaster response, reconstruction, insurance repair, water damage repair, fire damage repair, building repairWith speculation running rampant that State Farm may be dropping its Premier Service Program, the insurance company reiterated to the Restoration Forum this week that the program isn’t going anywhere.

However, there is a possibility that the program could be seeing some changes as several sources have indicated that State Farm plans to outsource PSP to a third party manager.

“We are constantly looking at our programs for ways to make them better,” spokesperson Dick Luedke said. “That isn’t anything new, but at this time we have not made any decisions on changes for PSP”.

Additional rumors about the program dropping its exclusivity with SERVPRO and ServiceMaster have also surfaced and while those changes, as well as any other changes are always a possibility, nothing has been done at this time.

“We have not nailed any decisions down at this time,” claimed Luedke.

The Restoration Forum will continue to update you on this story as well as any other news that shapes the restoration industry.

Article taken from The Restoration Forum


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