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Jacksonville, Florida – The recent storms have left a number of families homeless, and now many are turning to their insurance agencies to help them put their lives back together. Hundreds of wind insurance claims WILL BE piling up in Florida... Santa Rosa, Destin, Pensacola, Mexico, Tallahassee, Marianna, Havana, Quincy, Fort Walton, Apalachicola, Caraboo, St. Marks, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina 
Insurance agents say everyone should know what their policy covers, and make sure their records are in order as well. Bradley McDaniel is from Key West and is all too familiar with the destruction the storm. He feels for the hundreds of people now trying to rebuild their lives. "It's very heartbreaking that people have lost everything they worked their whole lives to maintain," said McDaniel. There's little anyone can do to fully save a house from a hurricane, but McDaniel says having insurance does give him some comfort. "It helps to know I have a way to start putting my life back together," said McDaniel.

Insurance Agent Carl DeWitt says most homeowners and renter's insurance cover tornadoes under wind storm damage. The insurance will cover your home, and relocation fees. "This allows the family to be relocated to a hotel, or a replacement home," said DeWitt. But, DeWitt says there is a part a lot of people skip when filling out their insurance, documenting personal belongings. "A lot of people don't keep good records of their items, and they often forget what they had," said
DeWitt. DeWitt says insurance companies need proof of ownership to pay for belongings, and if it's not listed. So put your camera to use and take pictures of all of your belongings in your home, it will take some extra time, but insurance agents say it will save you in the end. "If it's not listed on the claim it's not going to be paid for," DeWitt said. You can also show proof of ownership with receipts or manuals or you can document your belongings in an online database for free at websites like knowyourstuff.org.         







Please know that you are not considered a client until your case has been accepted by an attorney and you have signed a formal "retainer agreement."

When you have an insurance claim, you don't have to accept just what the insurance company offers. Insurance companies employ trained adjusters and it is in their best interest to do so. It is in your best interest to employ an ATTORNEY to represent you. The sole purpose of an ATTORNEY
is to make sure you get a fair settlement on your insurance claim. Below is a short list of services that a Licensed ATTORNEY would provide to maximize the return on your claim.

We will personally help you :

  • Evaluate restoration costs from your damage.
  • Evaluate construction and engineering costs on any scale.
  • Discuss the loss with you in a way that is straight forward and easy to understand.
  • Obtaining affidavits and any other necessary documents.
  • Take Photographs and/or video tape the loss.
  • Engage the services of structural & geotechnical engineers, architects, designers, or other specialists.
  • Test for hazardous materials like asbestos, lead paint, mold, and other foreign materials.
  • Preparing the claim from top to bottom which will reduce the time, effort, and stress involved in settling your claim.
  • Submitting the claim and related forms and paperwork.
  • Managing the entire claim process from initial evaluation to receiving your settlement from the insurance company.

For residentialcommercialindustrial or retail losses, there is no claim too small or too large. Fees are based only on the amount you recover. If there is no recovery, there is no fee.

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