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Case Study: Miami Home Invasion Insurance Claim Don’t Get Stiffed

The shock of a home invasion in South Florida can make homeowners feel violated, unsafe and afraid to stay in their own homes. You want to be able to move on with your life and get the damage done to your house fixed as soon as possible. Unfortunately, many Florida insurance companies don’t see the […]

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Case Study: Florida Public Adjuster Helps a Local Business

As a business owner in Florida, you have enough to worry about on a daily basis without a property-related disaster getting in the way. But your property, whether it’s commercial or residential, is a vital part of your life that cannot be ignored. More importantly, you should be able to come home to a respite […]

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Citizens Property Insurance Pays Attorneys Not Policyholders

This year, Floridians have been blessed with a hurricane-free season. However, many policyholders with Citizens Property Insurance are finding that the state’s largest insurance provider is less than willing to provide compensation for water damage caused by factors other than flooding, including burst pipes. Because of this, there has been a surge in lawsuits against […]

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Get a Higher Insurance Settlement, Use a Fort Lauderdale Public Adjuster

It’s a fact! The results are in from 2010 Governmental report on Citizens Insurance Corporation stating this truth. It states that policy holders that used public adjusters received settlements that were as much as 747% HIGHER than if the policy holder had used the Citizens Insurance Adjusters alone! (Source: OPPAGA Report, 10-06) The reason we […]

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Common Sense Tips for 2013 Hurricane Season

 Forecasts Predict 2013 Hurricanes to be Worse Than Expected! The forecasts are predicting more than our fair share of hurricane and storms in 2013. As many as 18 tropical storms are predicted, with 9 scheduled to become hurricanes! With recent disasters in New Jersey, New York, Georgia and Florida, Now is the time to prepare […]

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Insurance Tips on What is Bad Advice From the Insurance Industry

You probably would not be reading this blog if you or someone you know did not have an insurance claim issue. After all, insurance is boring and you can find better things to do with your time.  When a disaster occurs, like a hurricane, tornado, hail storm, or flood, the newspapers are full of bad […]

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Case Study: Water Damage Insurance Claim in Delray Beach, Florida

Real-Life Testimony from Jack & Sharon Lennett It is a well-known fact that most home-owner insurance claims come from water damage. Jack and Sharon Lennett of Delray Beach, Florida were victims of water damage when a fitting on the kitchen sink popped off in February 2013. The water damage wasn’t contained in the kitchen, it went out […]

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Florida Residents: Insurance Appraisal May Be the Answer for Unfair Insurance Offers!

If you are involved in an insurance dispute, it may seem like you have no other option but to settle for the small payout that the insurance company offers. When the amount that is offered doesn’t pay for the repairs to your home or business, it is simply unfair. After all, you had paid your […]

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10 Myths About Insurance Companies and Insurance Claims

The Truth About Who to Trust When You Need to File a Claim! Watch This Video! 1. Believing that the insurance company is your friend. The insurance companies spend multi-millions of dollars to convince the policy holders that they are on their side, and that they are in good hands, however, can anyone truly be […]

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THE FEMA FLOOD PROGRAM – A CULTURE OF ARROGANCE & LACK OF ACCOUNTABLITY

Flood Insurance Adjusters Enjoying Their “Government Authority” Too Much    Some of the FEMA flood adjusters working with Hurricane Sandy relief are experienced, but in times of crisis, when many hands are needed, you will find that most of them only took a short three-day course to learn how to handle claims. The certification program […]

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