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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Official Storm Names for 2014 Hurricane Season – Hopefully We Won’t Need Them!

Posted in Hurricane, Storm Damage, Tropical Storms, Uncategorized

Every year the National Hurricane Center develops a list of names to apply to possible tropical storms or hurricanes during the coming storm season.  Believe it or not, there is an actual committee of the World Meteorological Organization which gets together and updates this list every year.  (It would seem that they could just create… Continue Reading

NEWSFLASH – Exploding Corpses Not Covered By Homeowner’s Insurance!

Posted in Condominium Claims, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Uncategorized

Yes, dear reader, the above title is correct.  A Florida Appellate Court actually had to rule that your homeowner’s insurance is not responsible to pay for damage caused by the “sudden explosion” of someone’s body.  If you don’t believe me, you can read the actual opinion here. Per the facts of the case, Ms. Rodrigo… Continue Reading

Tornado and Flood Damage in Florida – What to Do After the Storm

Posted in Flood Damage, Hurricane, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Roof Damage, Storm Damage, Uncategorized, Water Damage

Over the last few days, Central Florida has been pounded by torrential rain, tornadoes and high winds.  These damaging windstorms and tornados were especially violent in Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties.  These thunder storms caused flooding in Shore Acres, wind damage in Siesta Key, and claimed the lives of two people in Duette…. Continue Reading