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May 19, 2017

Florida’s 25 Percent Rule: Protection for Homeowners with Storm-Damaged Roofs

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For South Florida homeowners, the threat of roof damage is a persistent concern. From downed trees to tropical storms and hurricanes, all types of natural hazards can cause leaks, damage and total destruction. Read More

Categories: Insurance Claims

May 12, 2017

Documenting Lost Revenue for a Business Interruption Insurance Claim

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When seeking insurance coverage for business interruption resulting from a hurricane or other casualty event, it is critical to arrive at a well-documented valuation of your company’s lost revenue. Insurance companies rely on trained adjusters and accounting firms to reach their own conclusions; and, to avoid having a less-than-favorable calculation dictate the amount of your coverage, you need to make sure you paint a clear picture of your business’s lost revenue. Read More

Categories: Insurance Claims

May 5, 2017

The Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins June 1, 2017: What Homeowners Need to Know

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It’s hard to believe, but another hurricane season is right around the corner. After last year’s spike in activity, including Hurricanes Hermine and Matthew, experts are expecting a return to near-average conditions in 2017. According to Weather.com: Read More

Categories: Insurance Claims

May 4, 2017

Legislative Alert - Substantive Changes to the Law that will Impact your Condominium

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This year there are substantive changes to the Condominium Act that passed and will require changes to the way in which Condominiums run the business of the Association.

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