Be Fire Safe!: How to Avoid Fire, Reduce Loss and Recover from Insurance if You do have a Fire
A psychologist who barely survived a disastrous fire, Steven Shepard provides essential tips for avoiding fires and saving lives if one occurs. He advises readers in how to deal with the trauma of a fire’s aftermath, as well as how to talk to insurance companies.
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