Thousands still without power in Illinois

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 Auto Property

John Micek paid $8,000 to have a forest of broken branches and upended trees removed from his Crystal Lake yard. Monday’s storm brought limbs, branches, entire trees, and a utility pole down onto his home and the garage behind it at 493 Lake Ave. Micek was one more than 259,000 customers statewide still without power Tuesday.


Claims Pages Staff Writers are dedicated professionals covering a broad spectrum of insurance topics, including auto, catastrophe, education & training, fraud, legislation, liability, life & health, litigation, property, risk management, technology, underwriting, and workers' compensation. With over 25 years of distribution, our publication brings you accurate and timely information to keep you informed and ahead in the claims industry.


External References & Further Reading
http://www.nwherald.com/2011/07/12/thousands-still-without-power/a1xuhke/

Mid-America Catastrophe ServicesGRIP(Globe Roof Inspection Program)U.S. Forensic

  Recent Provider Listings

Serving Santa Clara County
California Contractors General Drywall Contractors Water Damage
Serving Kentucky Statewide - CLM Member
Kentucky Attorneys & Law Firms
Serving Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island
Connecticut Massachusetts Rhode Island Fire Investigations