White Paper / Risk Management
Creating a Response Plan Before Disaster Strikes

Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy caused $60 billion and $80+ billion in damages, respectively. Officials predict that the U.S. could experience a catastrophe in excess of $100 billion. If this occurs, disaster recovery work will exceed the capacity of all U.S. restoration companies. One of the best ways to survive and recover from a natural or man-made exposure is to create a response plan before disaster strikes.

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