Sedgwick expands property repair services offering

Sedgwick has acquired the business of UK Assistance247, a provider of home emergency repair fulfillment services in the UK.

The business brings home emergency resources to Sedgwick’s network of UK repair and property claim management solutions.

“We have had the pleasure of working with UKA247 on thousands of property claims and look forward to further growing our operations together with their talented colleagues and network of over 3,000 contractors,” said Paul White, Sedgwick chief executive officer in the UK. “This partnership will expand our home emergency support offerings and improve the customer experience for traditional property claims. Our streamlined process will ensure that customers receive rapid expert care during stressful and urgent claim events.”

“Our aim is to provide every customer with a cost-effective and reliable repair service,” added Aaron Lyons, UKA247 managing director. “We can now integrate our emergency repair operations with Sedgwick’s repair and restoration referral services, simplifying the process for all. By aligning with the support and depth of Sedgwick, I am confident that we will continue to offer the best emergency repair solutions for our customers.”

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