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What to Expect with Hurricane Insurance
After a hurricane, it’s common for Florida residents to have difficulty with insurance companies. Insurance companies are processing thousands of claims at once and, as is unfortunately too often the case, may try to lowball estimates to get out of paying what they should. On top of that, hurricane claims can be confusing, and insurance companies may …
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Dishonest Contractors & Denied Claims: Rebuilding After Hurricane Ian
Florida residents know the drill: a huge hurricane comes with a huge clean-up to their property – and that often means repairs. While most contractors act with professionalism, there are still many instances where property owners are sadly taken advantage of. That’s why we sat down with one of our top first-party claims attorneys to learn how homeowners can …
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Insurance Claims: When Your “Good Neighbor” Turns Out to Be a Creep
If you’ve ever gone through an insurance claims process, you know it can be downright unpleasant. Your insurance adjuster most likely was hard to get a hold of, and when you did talk, they may have made it seem like you were asking for way too much—even if all your figures were 100% justified. With hurricane season …