ROCKY HILL, Conn., June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It has become apparent that a great many past clients of Alliance Seating and Mobility, a subsidiary company of The Scooter Store, are now unable to access timely repair. This appears to be due to the ongoing bankruptcy proceedings and a dramatic reduction of field service employees.
Unfortunately a great many of these clients are complex mobility users with significant disabilities, who depend on their wheelchairs for daily activities. These clients are full time wheelchair users and are at grave risk should their wheelchairs fail and they cannot find a provider willing and able to offer service and repairs.
Numotion has made the decision to provide access to repairs for any client owned wheelchair to all former customers of Alliance Seating and Mobility. Paul Bergantino, Numotion CEO stated, "While we recognize the payment risk we feel that the customer's wellbeing is paramount and we will work hard to fill the void left by Alliance. Our concern is with these clients and we will do what we can to see that they remain safe and independent."
For those in need of service please contact your local Numotion office. Please visit Numotion.com or call our National Customer Care Center at 800.500.9150.
Formed by the merger of ATG Rehab and United Seating & Mobility, Numotion aims to be the most responsive and innovative provider of custom wheelchairs to do business with. With more than 2,000 employees, over 120 locations nationwide and accredited nationally by ACHC, Numotion remains committed to a strong local focus. Visit www.Numotion.com.