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Denied Claims

What to Do When Your Florida Roof Claim is Denied

Roof damage can be a very serious problem that usually needs to be fixed immediately in order to prevent the risk of further property damage.

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Hurricane

How to File a Hurricane Dorian Claim

In September 2019, Hurricane Dorian became the worst tropical storm to ever hit the Bahamas. Because it moved so slowly, the strong winds and heavy rains caused catastrophic damage, destroying thousands of homes and causing over 70 deaths—though the exact death toll still remains unknown.

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Insurance

Why You Need an Orlando Insurance Dispute Attorney

When you have something valuable, you want to protect it. That’s why you get insurance: it’s a safety net against the unforeseen and unfortunate events that threaten our investments. When you need it, you expect your insurance company to be on your side, to act in good faith and honor your claim.

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Insurance

Help for Underpayment of an Insurance Claim in Orlando

If your home has been damaged by water, fire, wind, a falling tree or a thief, you already feel victimized by those events. The last thing you expected or need is to be victimized a second time by the insurance company when they underpay your legitimate claim.

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Storm Insurance

Ways to Prevent Water Damage While You’re Away on Vacation

Whether frozen pipes in the winter that burst and send water spewing or a sump pump that quit working during a heavy summer storm, the damage caused while no one is home can run into many thousands of dollars and ruin furniture, flooring, appliances and even irreplaceable family photos and mementos.

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Insurance

Property Insurance: Policy Exclusions vs Policy Limitations

While it’s not much fun, it’s important to read and understand your policy, especially the fine print. Find it confusing? You’re not alone. Like many industries, insurance has its own jargon: for instance, there’s a difference between a catastrophe, a hazard and a peril—and it’s not just about a given degree of damage.

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