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Hiring a Public Adjuster vs a Contractor For Hurricane Ian Claim help

Hire a Public Adjuster vs a Contractor for Hurricane Ian Help Home » Blog » Hurricane Below are 2 documents summarizing the differences in roles that a Public Adjuster and a Contractor have when handling insurance claims. After a major storm it is important for home owners to know who to contact for each part…

Flood vs Hurricane Claims

Major Differences Between Flood Insurance Claims & Hurricane/Windstorm Insurance Claims

Policyholders often confuse Flood Insurance Claims with Windstorm or Hurricane Insurance Claims. The damages covered and how the claims are handled are very different between Flood Insurance & Hurricane / Wind Insurance. Flood Insurance has a few standardized policies, whereas every Hurricane / Wind insurance policy is different. Each insurance policy must be carefully reviewed…

Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian – Insurance Claim Do’s & Don’ts

Insurance Claim Do’s Photograph your insurance policy declarations pages with your phone Photograph or video roof, home interior & personal property BEFORE a hurricane Photograph or video roof, home interior & personal property AFTER Hurricane Make temporary repairs only to prevent further damages i.e. Tarp roof, dry-out water Report claim to insurance company. Get claim…

Tropical Storm Roof

Florida Tropical Storm Insurance Claim Warning!

Your roof leaking and causing your ceiling or walls to get wet does not mean that your insurance company will pay your claim. Most Florida Insurance policies have a wind driven rain language. This language states that unless there is physical damage to your roof that creates an opening. Your claim will be denied for…

Hurricane Dorian Insurance Claim Help

Hurricane Dorian Insurance Claim Expert Advice

Be Safe – Be Proactive – Be Patient Be Safe Dear Floridians before Hurricane Dorian comes ashore it is time to take all the necessary precautions to keep your family, elderly, and pets safe from the pending storm. Stock up on your emergency supplies as water, food, medicines, pet food, batteries, flash lights, and first…

Broward County Roof Insurance Claim Denied

Broward County, Florida: Has Your Hurricane Irma Roof Insurance Claim Been Denied?

Do you want to get the money you deserve? Attention Broward County home and business owners: have you suffered roof damage from Hurricane Irma? Has your insurance company low balled or denied your claim? If so, our Hurricane Insurance Public Adjuster, may be able to help. Homeowners and business owners pay insurance premiums for decades,…

Hurricane Matthew: Flood Damage vs Water Damage

Hurricane Matthew: Water Damage vs. Flood Damage

As Hurricane Matthew made his way up the coast, he brought heavy rain’s and storm surge to the Daytona Beach, Saint Augustine and Jacksonville areas of Florida. When powerful winds knock down a tree that tears a hole in your roof, and water pours into your home, you have suffered water damage. When heavy rains…

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew Preparations for Commercial Property Owners and Managers

Our businesses and commercial properties are the very core of our economic stability and community. With Hurricane Matthew, a serious Category 4 hurricane, heading toward Florida’s coast, property owners and managers of commercial properties not only have to keep themselves and their own homes protected, but they have to take on the stress of protecting and potentially…

Hurricane Matthew

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…

Hurricane Isaac

Best Hurricane Preparedness Tip: Protect your Windows

Each year as hurricane season approaches, homeowners in Florida get their homes ready for the worst, while public adjusters in South Florida prepare to step into action in the event a tragedy hits home – literally. As a Florida homeowner, there is a 99% chance that you have searched online for hurricane preparedness tips that…