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Save Your Stuff



Scott M. Haskins, author of "€œHow To Save Your Stuff From A Disaster"€, provides important (essential!) information to help people and businesses protect and save important letters/certificates/awards, memorabilia, photos, books and collections and collectibles, most of which are not insurable but may be of great value (financial, historical or emotional). He writes and coaches on how to prepare for and respond to water damage, mold, vandalism, shipping damage, fires, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, leaking water heaters€¦ and Father Time! He has been personally involved in nine major€ California disasters and consults with individuals and organizations nationwide. His preparedness and response message is an important niche for Homeland Security Disaster Plans. Over 500,000 copies of his pamphlet “How To Respond After An Earthquake” were distributed in Los Angeles, through the human resource departments of the Bank of America after the Northridge Earthquake. His pamphlet “How To Save Your Stuff From A Hurricane” was distributed at the National Hurricane Conference in Orlando, Florida. He often customizes and private labels content for organizations. Mr. Haskins is an expert witness and provides legal testimony in the Los Angeles Supreme Court system and on the part of the federal government regarding public art issues. He routinely provides consultation services, surveys and assessments and provides expert written content. He has done consultation work for a long list of notable organizations internationally. See notes on background at www.saveyourstuffblog.com. His firm routinely consults and provides services for insurance companies, nationwide, in responding to accidents. • For free preservation tips, a very interesting blog full of stories and tips go to http://www.saveyourstuff.com • For art conservation information go to http://www.fineartconservationlab.com