Over 200,000 businesses in the United States currently own and operate printing presses – and as Claims Managers know, the exceedingly expensive equipment is heavily insured. From state-of-the art flexography presses, to decade old lithography presses, individual insurance claims can mount in millions of dollars in replacement costs if there is a breakdown. What starts as a $10,000 loss can quickly snowball into a $5,000,000 manufacturer replacement. Enter Louis Benbow, The Press Doctor, with over 40 years of experience diagnosing printing presses, Lou will tell the Claims Adjuster what the press manufacturer will not—that there is a cure, and it saves insurance companies millions every year.
With the recession looming, it is more practical than ever, that Claims Managers are aware that a second opinion to the manufacturers outrageous replacement costs is easily obtainable. “Doctor Care” a direct consulting service is the Claims Adjuster’s prescription for an ailing printing press. Doctor Care allows the Press Doctor to be on-call, and on staff, for about 1/3 the cost of what most insurance companies spend on printing consulting annually. Once the Press Doctor is onsite, he gain’s control of the loss by diagnosing what is needed and what is not. He obtains comparable pricing from his exclusive network of nationwide experts and lowers the cost of the repair.
“Doctor Care was created to help my clients budget, control and manage their costs,” says Benbow. Clients with Doctor Care take advantage of the PressDr’s 72 hour response time -- flying across the country to the site of the loss. Additional returns of this retainer based service include; Unlimited on-site diagnoses of printing malfunctions, lower litigation costs, and your staff has unlimited access to a printing expert to answer any questions associated with a printing loss.
Pressdr, LLC the nation’s foremost Printing Machinery Consultants, operates as an advocate to leading commercial insurance companies. The Press Doctor, aka Louis Benbow, comes to the rescue to evaluate the printing press malfunctions mechanically or electrically. The Press Doctor travels to the site evaluates the possible cause of the breakdown and recommends the best approach to the repair. Throughout the restoration process The Press Doctor oversees the project and acts as a liaison between the insurance companies and the insured. With over 40 years of experience, The Press Doctor strives to remain on the forefront of the industry’s latest cutting-edge technology. By continuously attending global symposiums on equipment changes, through independent research, and armed with experience, The Press Doctor provides the most cost-effective diagnosis available, helping to reduce the high cost in claims replacement. For more information visit www.thepressdr.com