The 2015 gas leak at the Aliso Canyon storage facility in Southern California was the largest known release of methane in U.S. history. It spewed an estimated 107,000 tons of methane into the air for more than 16 weeks.
The leak sickened residents in Porter Ranch and surrounding San Fernando Valley suburbs. They complained of headaches, nausea, nosebleeds, and other symptoms as the foul-smelling gas wafted over their neighborhoods.
Ultimately, the gas well blowout uprooted more than 9,000 families, and Contractor Connection was there to help.
Contractor Connection’s temporary housing program
When a policyholder is no longer able to live in their home or apartment and requires temporary accommodation, they have unique needs. Here at Contractor Connection, we understand those needs and have developed a fast and reliable way for insurance carriers to step in and save the day.
Because the additional living expenses coverage provides for a place to stay, policyholders can maintain their independence and privacy in their temporary living space. This relieves stress in a claims situation by delivering peace of mind to the policyholder. Thanks to the support of their insurance carrier, they are not out on their own trying to find a place to stay while dealing with recovering from a disaster.
Whether short-term or long-term housing is required, our temporary housing program can handle any situation. That’s because we have developed performance-based relationships with temporary housing companies throughout the country. It’s through this network that we can assist you with relocating your policyholders wherever they may reside. What we did for those 9,000 families in Southern California, we can do for your policyholders.
Working with us is simple and makes the jobs of your adjusters easy. We take the guesswork out of the process, leaving claims professionals with more time to focus on the claim itself. Essentially, when it comes to temporary housing, you get a one-stop shopping experience.
Temporary housing can offer a lifesaving solution when disaster strikes. To learn more about Contractor Connection’s temporary housing program, visit us at our contact page or call 800-690-0174.