Western Financial Group Case Study
The Unexpected Happened
On June 20, 2013, after days of torrential rainfall, the rivers in southern Alberta began to spill over their banks placing numerous communities under an evacuation order. The deluge swept through 30 communities and caused an estimated $6 billion in damage – the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.
They Called Us
Even with extensive damage to their office and the town of High River on a full evacuation order, Western Financial Group was up and running within 48 hours, serving their clients within 48 hours of the flood. How did they recover so quickly?