Blog Posts in October, 2016

  • Maximizing Your Hurricane Settlement

    Hurricane Matthew has come and gone, leaving a path of destruction along the Florida coast. Widespread flooding and property damage have left many homeowners to file storm insurance claims in an effort to rebuild and move on with their lives. Unfortunately, the claims process does not always yield a sufficient settlement and claimants may be left fighting to ensure their voices are heard. If you ...
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  • Building a Property Claim After Hurricane Matthew

    Now that Hurricane Matthew has run its course, insurance adjusters throughout the Southeast United States are hard at work evaluating property damage claims and helping the region rebuild. Unfortunately, as we all know, insurance companies do not always have our best interests in mind and may search for any reason to delay or deny payment of claims. For this reason, it is imperative that ...
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  • Hurricane Matthew Quickly Approaching Florida Coast

    Early Tuesday morning, Hurricane Matthew tore across the island nation of Haiti. According to the National Hurricane Center, at the time it made landfall, Hurricane Matthew was a category 4 storm with winds of 145 mph. While the full extent of the damages in Haiti are yet to be determined, the storm is reported to be responsible for the destruction of many homes as well as the much of the nation’s ...
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