Ron Alford has spent his lifetime helping other people in a crisis.
He is a recognized authority on Insurance Claims Management, Crisis Management, Disaster Prevention, Risk Management, Disaster Recovery Planning and the Recovery Process.
“Insurance companies have legions of adjusters and lawyers who practice settling claims for pennies on the dollar. And consumers don’t even know the rules of the game,” says Ron Alford, author of 4 highly lauded “how to” books written to aid consumers in purchasing insurance.
Now semi-retired, Alford was part of the insurance industry for over 40 years as a consumer advocate & previously as an insurance salesman for a major insurance company who got tired of seeing people ripped off. He realized the need for consumers to derive an education in insurance claim management.
His personal coaching services, books, articles, speaking and consulting assignments are provided in plain language so that participants get real value.
CAR INSURANCE SECRETS
* How to Win the Insurance Claim Game
* Auto Insurance Tricks & Repair Rip-offs
* The Crime of the Century – Insurance
In 2005 he coauthored the E-book, Disposophobics: Master the Clutter.
As an expert in crisis management, disaster recovery and the insurance claims process, Mr. Alford has appeared as a guest expert on over 450 radio and TV programs from coast to coast. Including:
The Early Show on NBC
Live With Regis and Kathy Lee
Good Day New York on Fox
Where to find Ron Alford online
How to Win the Insurance Claim Game
by Ron Alford
Buying Insurance is as simple as writing a check.
"Collecting insurance money is like an amateur playing tennis against 100 professionals with extra large rackets."
The insurance claim game is easier,
when you know the rules
The Crime of the Century Insurance
by Ron Alford
All the Things You Need to Know BEFORE You Buy Insurance
This is the lesson book for consumers about the only thing that matters with insurance policies, collecting claim money. You will learn that when you buy insurance the promises of "peace of mind" have nothing to do with collecting money from an insurance company.
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