Preparing for Hurricane Damage: 3 Ways to Mitigate Losses for the “Above Normal” 2020 Season

Preparing for Hurricane Damage: 3 Ways to Mitigate Losses for the “Above Normal” 2020 Season

According to Dr. Phil Klotzbach, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University, the 2020 hurricane season is going to see “above normal” hurricane activity. For Floridians, a higher than average number of hurricanes and tropical storms could mean a higher risk of hurricane damage to homes and other property. With two named storms—Arthur and Bertha—already occurring before hurricane season even …

Remote Inspections: Get Help Now with Your Insurance Claim

Remote Inspections: Get Help Now with Your Insurance Claim

COVID-19 has affected many aspects of your everyday life. Your income may have been impacted, your communication with others is hindered, and your way of life overall. But that hasn’t affected anything with the way your property is run and maintained. COVID-19 hasn’t stopped water heaters from bursting, or fires from starting. And with social distancing and the scare of …

Was Your Hurricane Irma Damage Claim Underpaid? If So, You Have Options

In September of 2017, Hurricane Irma came barreling up the western coast of Florida’s peninsula, leaving a path of destruction across most of the state. There was so much Hurricane Irma damage done that over 838,000 claims were filed. Was yours one of them? Are you part of the 93 percent of claims that have been closed? If so, the …