2016 is off to a dismal start on the west coast of Florida. Just one week into the New Year and Cape Coral and Fort Myers have seen the effects of tornado touchdowns coming in from the Gulf. The very first weekend of the New Year brought a tornado that caused multiple trees and power lines to be tackled to the ground, vehicles overturned, and structural damage to several homes, causing homeowners to enlist in the help of Cape Coral public adjusters in order to assess the extent of the damage. The areas that witnessed the most damage were near Chiquita Boulevard South and Beach Parkway, and Mohawk Parkway and Skyline Boulevard.
Cape Coral public adjusters are diligently working in order to assess the damage for many homeowners in Lee County who were affected by the first tornado of the New Year. Since nearly all homeowner’s insurance policies in the state of Florida cover tornado damages, knowing how to make a claim and properly assessing the damages is the key to getting the most money back for repairing your home.
Advocate Claims Public Adjusters of Fort Myers are ready to help you file an insurance claim and make a detailed damage assessment to submit during the filing process. Our public adjusters work for homeowners, not insurance agencies, making sure that you receive the absolute highest amount possible and holding your insurance company reliable.
Residents who have been displaced by the recent tornado in Cape Coral have been instructed to contact the Red Cross by calling 239-278-3401. If you have been displaced, don’t hesitate to call Steven Venook at Advocate Claims Public Adjusters at 954-369-0573, and get your home back to normalcy as soon as possible.