BLM was the first company I worked with when I first started out. The pricing is on the bottom of the scale and worked like a dog to make a buck. They worked off a flat fee system (usually less than 10 cyds debris). They however did provide significant opportunities for training including on site training, helpful checklists, and timely payment. Great for a newbie, but something you can quickly outgrow.
I do not know if they still have them as client, but working with Innotion and BLM doing HUD initials was a real pain. The convoluted HUD form took anywheres from an hour or more to fill out depending on how bad the property was. The real deal breaker for me was their requirement to backfeed the electrical system through the dryer plug to test the electrical system when the house had no power (most of the time). They also were adamant about getting on the roof for roof photos, something I am very selective about. I don't know if these are still the case.