Okay. I think we've found a contractor for the damages caused by a fire last week. And I think I've covered all the bases. But I want to make sure I haven't missed anything. Here's where I am now: 1. Our insurance company requires you find your own contractor --- the adjustor, in fact, told me they refuse to get involved in the relationship between a contractor and the insured. 2. The contractor I found specializes in fire and water damage. 3. They've been in business for 30 years. 4. They're BBB members and have an excellent rating with them. 5. They're insured (workman's comp, etc). 6. They came by to begin the estimate the other day --- they were extremely professional and thorough --- took them three hours --- and tomorrow, they're sending out electricians for their estimates. 7. I've scanned EVERYTHING and have only found one lawsuit against them --- a former employee sued and lost. 8. I haven't looked at referrals but, to be honest, I would prefer referrals from people I KNOW --- but i don't know anyone who has had a fire in this city over the past five years. What am I missing? We're hoping to make the decision this afternoon.