Aspray breaks down the claims process

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The property repair and insurance claim management company recently shared a graphic on LinkedIn that explained the process of making a claim in seven simple steps.

Aspray’s services are “designed to help reduce the stress involved in a property damage insurance claim”, and this handy, easily digestible guide is one of many ways that the management franchise works to make things simple and easy for all of its clients to understand. Here are the steps that Aspray outlined:

An initial meeting occurs, and a damage and repair report is submitted to the policyholder’s insurance company.

Aspray begins to manage the claim, with a dedicated Loss Assessor handling all related communications and attending any meetings with specialists/representatives of the insurer.

Aspray negotiates with the insurer “to achieve the best possible outcome on [the policyholder’s] behalf as quickly as possible”.

A settlement is reached and an agreement to begin repair work is made.

Aspray assigns fully vetted contractors to the repair.

Repair work begins, “and will be project managed by [the policyholder’s] dedicated Loss Assessor through to completion”.

The repair is completed, and clients are invited to sign off and give feedback.

If you’d like to invest in the Aspray concept and help clients regularly navigate this process, you can become a franchisee for a minimum initial amount of £15,000, with franchise fees of £28,000 and a total investment cost of £43,000. You’ll also be charged an operating fee of £275 a month.

In return for your investment, you’ll be provided with a comprehensive programme of training and support, including ten days of accredited induction training and coaching in the field from Aspray’s Network Support Manager. Find out more about franchising with Aspray via the company’s profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.

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