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INSURANCE CLAIMS: Tips to help you cope with damage from Wilma and other storms

Homeowners have another year to file a claim with their insurance company for damage from Hurricane Wilma. Contact your insurer to open a claim or reopen an old one. Keep a journal during the claims process, noting the dates of all calls, phone numbers and the person to whom you spoke. Keep all documents and […]

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Four years after Hurricane Wilma battered South Florida, some homeowners are still dealing with claims

Some say insurance companies delay payments and slow investigations. But some homeowners don’t know they can reopen claims when damage reappears. Marta Ayala’s colorful artwork is showcased throughout her immaculate Parkland home. Every room also features vivid reminders of 2005’s Hurricane Wilma: cracking paint and yellow water drip marks, some as long as 10 feet. […]

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HURRICANE IKE: State looking into roof damage policy

State regulators are investigating how the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association handles certain roof claims related to Hurricane Ike. At issue is whether unsealed asphalt shingles are considered damaged, and if so, whether Ike was the cause. The windstorm association doesn’t always think so. But some homeowners say they have valid claims because Hurricane Ike lifted […]

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