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4 Ways to Reduce Frustration Should You Suffer a Homeowners Insurance Loss

When homeowners experience a fire, a flood or some other major property loss, they’re often in shock. Once the shock wears off, goal 1 is to dispatch of the loss and return to life as before as soon as possible. They’re not thinking about details or the process behind the process. People don’t realize how […]

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8 Facts People Don’t Know about Homeowner’s Insurance

Most insurance companies are easy to deal with when you are paying them, before you actually need them. Homeowner’s Insurance companies are notoriously difficult to deal with when filing a claim. While homeowners assume their policy covers losses to their home, as well as injuries or property damage sustained on their property, typical homeowner’s insurance […]

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Commercial Property Collapse Insurance Claims

In the past, building collapses were broadly covered by most insurance policies. However, over time insurance companies have gradually redefined what collapse insurance actually covers. Public adjusters have studied insurance companies and insurance coverage in an effort to understand property collapse cover better. Recent additions to the insurance form employed by most insurance policies now […]

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Protect your Florida Home from a Vandalism Insurance Claim

Vandalism to both private and public property is a problem whose annual cost across the United States well exceeds $25 billion. Most vandals are young people who with no connection to the property they’re vandalizing. When comparing insurance policies and coverage, vandalism coverage is often overlooked. Ask your public insurance adjuster what the vandalism portion […]

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How Well Do You Know Your Florida Insurance Policy?

Did you know that flooding from a natural source, i.e. a hurricane, is not covered under most homeowner’s insurance policies? Did you also know that if you do not maintain your home and something goes wrong, your insurance most likely won’t accept your claim? There are a lot of aspects of homeowner’s insurance that people […]

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Are Public Adjusters Worth it?

When you have legal issues, you hire a lawyer. When you are sick, you go to the doctor. When you are young, you go to school to be taught by professionals. Why do we do all of these things? We pay these people large amounts of money because all of these people are educated in […]

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Swimming Pool Preparations for Hurricane Season in Florida

In South Florida hurricane season is just like all of the other seasons: winter, spring, summer, hurricane, and fall. It is something that residents have to accept as a fact of life, seeing as Florida gets hit with so many hurricanes. The natives of Florida know the drill when it comes time to get everything […]

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Common A/C Mishaps that Can Lead to Water Damage Claim

One thing that many people do not realize is that maintaining an air conditioning unit is a lot of work. The good news is that with regular upkeep and good overall maintenance, you can save yourself a lot of future headaches. The biggest mishap that can lead to water damage can be prevented much easier […]

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41% of Homeowners Had Insurance Claim Disputes

Tips for Getting Your Insurance Claim Paid  When purchasing a home, or purchasing insurance you worry with the “important things” like your mortgage company or broker and the APR for your financing. Often times you overlook your homeowners’ insurance and choose the preferred company recommended by your lender. The problem with this is when your […]

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Know Your Insurance Policy and What it Covers

Making sure that you are insured when hurricane season is around the corner can be really confusing. And considering that flood insurance has a thirty day waiting period before it is put into effect, waiting until there is a storm headed your way is not the best option. First and foremost, there is renters insurance […]

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