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Monthly Archives: May 2013

No Storm Claims? Let’s Jack up the Insurance Rates Anyway!

Posted in Hurricane, Insurance, Legislature, Tropical Storms, Uncategorized

Despite no major storms or hurricanes hitting Florida since 2005, Florida property insurance rates have continue to skyrocket over the past few years – with no end in sight.  Shockingly, a recent AP report showed that Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation has approved more than 100 rate hikes per year since 2009.  Where is the money going… Continue Reading

Hurricane Myths vs. Reality

Posted in Hurricane, Storm Damage, Uncategorized, Wind Damage

Recently, the Sun Sentinel newspaper wote an article regarding some of the urban legends, myths and not-quite-accurate beliefs some people have about hurricanes.  Although on initial blush such information may seem like just interesting fodder for conversations at the water cooler, the reality is that the information contained in this article could save a lot of heartache… Continue Reading

Failed Sinkhole Repair? The Insurance Company is Still Responsible.

Posted in Grout, Insurance, Lawyer, Repair, Sinkhole, Uncategorized

Over the past year or so, we have been getting an increasing number of calls from property owners who continue to experience sinkhole damage to their property – even after their property has been repaired by the insurance company!  The factual circumstances are almost always the same – the insurance company mandates that the insured repair the… Continue Reading