Most Floridians are aware of the fact that they might be affected by a hurricane. That is the risk that we all take by living in our great state.
Although the hurricane season doesn't officially begin until June 1st, it is never too early to start preparing your property for an active hurricane season.
We have compiled several tips that you and your family can follow to help avoid property damage in a Florida hurricane. These tips include ensuring all smoke detectors work properly, keeping a survival kit on hand, storing plenty of water, unplugging all electronics, storing valuables and electronic devices in high places and placing towels near all windows and doors.
For a complete description of these tips, please read our article Six Tips to Avoid Property Damage in a Florida Hurricane.
Hopefully, you have purchased hurricane insurance. Unfortunately, many insurance companies will delay payments or even deny claims. If you are a victim of your insurance company then you need to obtain legal advice.
If you own a home that has been damaged in a hurricane and you are considering filing an insurance claim, you should contact an experienced Miami hurricane insurance attorney at the Law Firm of J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo, P.A. at (305) 461-1095 or (866) 71-CLAIM.