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Prevent Home Vandalism in Pembroke Pines this Halloween

Public Adjuster Tips to Protect Your Property. Testimonial from a neighbor in Pembroke Pines “Steven was very professional and thorough. He knew down to the paper clip what things cost, and was well versed in the entire insurance claim process. More importantly, it was obvious in the correspondence between Steven and my insurance company, that […]

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Hurricane Matthew Storms Toward Florida Public Adjuster Help for South Floridians

Image: NOAA Hurricane Matthew, now a Category 4 hurricane, made landfall in Haiti, grew stronger and is predicted to hit Florida later this week. Florida and other Eastern coastal states are preparing for the impact of this dangerous storm and the property damage and loss heavy rains and winds of 140 mph can potentially cause […]

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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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Choosing Insurance: Agent or Policy?

Insurance companies want you to believe that agents and claims adjusters are the people you should trust when filing a claim for damage to your home, property or business in the South Florida. They’re just your friendly, local insurance folks who have only your best interests at heart, right? Unfortunately, that’s not usually the case […]

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Time running out to file Wilma claims Wilma and Katrina claims — South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

Six major storms have struck South Florida since 2004, causing widespread damage to shared community homes and property. But many associations may have failed to file valid insurance claims fearing increased fees or canceled polices. “Many associations were bullied by carriers into believing they should not have filed a claim for storm losses,” said Donna […]

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