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TA Team Growth 2017

Office Expansion 2017 has been an exciting year so far at Temporary Accommodations! We kicked off this year by tearing down walls, literally! After bringing on eighteen new employees, we expanded our office space at the beautiful Piedmont Business Center in Buckhead Atlanta. Our new employees come from a variety of regions in the U.S. and add creative, bilingual, and compassionate skills to our team....

Monitoring Wildfires in the West

Temporary Accommodations is currently monitoring forest fires raging in Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, and California. In Utah, the Brian Head Fire has burned over 43,000 acres. The blaze, which is only 10% contained, has caused ten different communities to evacuate. Temporary relocation may be necessary for dozens of families. Our Catastrophic Disaster team and hotel division secure the closest but safest options for victims....

Temporary Accommodations: TA Cares

How do you react in a crisis? When disaster strikes your home, your homeowners or renters insurance policy is meant to provide you with the resources you need to return to normalcy. Temporary Accommodations cares. We care about getting you back to that place of normalcy quickly, so you can focus on rebuilding. As a 24/7 disaster response team, we are prepared to find you...

The Economic Impact on Temporary Housing Claims

Last year at this time did you expect the major changes on Wall Street or the massive intervention in the markets by the federal government? Everyone knows someone who has been affected, and many are blaming careless risk-taking and poor lending practices in the home mortgage market. When mortgages became delinquent or went into foreclosure, huge exposures and “toxic assets” resulted. The effects of the housing crisis...

Winning the Identity-Theft War with Safeguards Built Into ALE

The very last thing any displaced family in the Gulf after Hurricane Katrina, or in Kansas after a tornado, or in Florida after a natural catastrophe needs to hear is, “I’m sorry, now your ID has also been compromised.” And while many in the insurance industry, including its service providers, dedicate themselves to making a difference when their customers need it most, another less predictable...