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Tag Archives: Condominium

How to Determine Whether Your Property Has Been Damaged By Vibration from Adjacent Construction.

Posted in Uncategorized, Vibration Damage

Developers and construction firms often elect to use heavy equipment, blasting or pile driving in the performance of their construction projects.   If your property is in close proximity to a construction project where heavy equipment, pile driving or blasting is being used, your property may incur damage related to the vibration caused by these activities…. Continue Reading

Hurricane Danny – Property Insurance Claims on the Horizon

Posted in Flood Damage, Hurricane, Roof Damage, Tropical Storms, Uncategorized, Water Damage

As we watch Hurricane Danny approach the Gulf, it is hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Hurricane Charlie and three other storms caused massive damage and property insurance claims throughout Central Florida.  Although the passage of time makes it easy to think that such storm damage is unlikely to happen again, we… 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