Is your restoration business ready for the next CAT? Whether it’s a wildfire, earthquake, hurricane, winter freeze, or other major catastrophe, these events leave restoration contractors dealing with a high volume of work and increased pressure on their resources, including cash flow. Watch this webinar to learn what to expect at every CAT, risks to be aware of, how to protect your business, and more. 

Meet the speakers
Meet Restoration Advisor & Technical Trainer, Lorne McIntyre, CR, WLS, FLS, CLS and Ed Cross, "The Restoration Lawyer". 
What is a CAT?
A look at what a CAT really is, the various types around the world, and the true financial impact of major catastrophes in recent months.
Get prepared legally
Getting a risk management plan in place, contractual requirements, and what you need to know about Assignment of Insurance Rights (AOR).
Preparing to mobilize
Learn what you should consider for your CAT plan and what you need in your standard toolbox. Plus, a look at real CAT scenarios.
Is CAT work right for you?
Listen to this part of the webinar to find out what restoration contractors should consider before they take on CAT work.
Getting paid!
Set your restoration business up for success by keeping these best practices in mind when you are doing CAT work.
Listen to the questions our audience had for Ed, "The Restoration Lawyer", and restoration expert, Lorne McIntyre.

Lorne McIntyre

Restoration Advisor & Technical Trainer

Lorne is a veteran of the cleaning and restoration industry with more than 30 years’ experience with thousands of completed projects. Lorne has owned and operated a high-volume full-service property restoration firm in Toronto.


Ed Cross

The Restoration Lawyer

Ed has drafted hundreds of restoration contracts, and represented over 300 local and national restorers in contract disputes, collection matters, workmanship claims and standard of care issues. He has recovered tens of millions of dollars for restoration contractors.


David Carroll

Vice President of Sales,

Dave leads the go-to-market teams across the insurance and restoration verticals, delivering efficient and easy-to-use mobile and web technology solutions. He is passionate about growth through customer advocacy.

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