Once again, Florida is ground zero for a major hurricane. On September 1 and 2, 2016, Hurricane Hermine made landfall in Florida. Hurricane Hermine’s path took the Hurricane directly over Florida’s Big Bend area through Leon County and into Georgia.
The wind and water damage along the direct path of Hurricane Hermine. However, many parts of Florida outside the direct path of Hurricane Hermine have also sustained severe wind and water damage. Hermine caused severe wind and water damage all up and down Florida’s entire Gulf Coast – From Naples to Pensacola. Hermine’s high winds also stretched inland up and down the Florida Peninsula.
I, and my firm, have assisted 1000’s of home and business owners with hurricane insurance claims, including claims for:
- Roof damage
- Trees crashing into homes and businesses
- Structural damage caused by high winds – this is known as “racking” a house.
- Business Interruption caused by loss of electricity
- Flood damage to vehicles
Many policy holders assume that their insurance company will “do the right thing” when they submit a hurricane claim. My experience with 1,000’s of insurance claims indicates otherwise.
If your insurance company denies, delays, or underpays your claim, I can help.
In most of my insurance cases the insurance company must pay my attorneys fees and costs if we win. And, if I lose, I’ll work for free.