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Monthly Archives: March 2019

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Rebuild Florida – What to do next?

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Yesterday was the deadline to seek out additional assistance from Rebuild Florida with your Hurricane Irma claim. Rebuild Florida is a program run by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was created to help families rebuild homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane… Read More »

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FEMA data breach exposes personal data of 2.3 million survivors to contractor

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

WHYY reports that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wrongly released the personal information of 2.3 million survivors of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and the California wildfires to a contractor that helps in providing temporary housing to those affected by disasters. Names, last four digits of a Social Security number, bank names, electronic… Read More »

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In Support of Florida’s Independent Restoration Professionals

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

As experienced Florida insurance litigation attorneys, it is our experience that homeowner insurance claims are often underpaid causing an increase in assignment of benefits lawsuits between water mitigation and restoration companies and insurance companies. Florida Panhandle homeowners affected by Hurricane Michael reported that their claims were systematically underpaid at a January town hall meeting… Read More »

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Hurricane Michael Insurance Losses Top $6 Billion

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Northwest Florida is still recovering from Hurricane Michael. According to numbers posted on the state Office of Insurance Regulation website, estimated insured losses have climbed to more than $6 billion in March. Like damaged and destroyed businesses, homeowners who experienced significant Hurricane Michael damage and even those who experienced additional water and freeze damage to… Read More »

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Hurricane Michael debris could leave major fire threat for parts of Northwest Florida

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

According to a Pensacola News Journal story in an interview with Florida State Forester Jim Karels, he warned Gov. Ron DeSantis and members of the Cabinet that without being able to clear damaged and destroyed Florida Panhandle forest acreage impacted by Hurricane Michael, the Northwest Florida fire threat might be much greater than California. … Read More »

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Destroyed structure frozen in time

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

News Channel 7 shoots video of Calloway Village Square showing that several family owned Florida Panhandle businesses were totally destroyed and there is little evidence that they will ever come back.  Residents are looking for signs that the new normal may be changing for the better with a combination of new and former businesses… Read More »

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Still reeling from Hurricane Michael, Liberty County faces another tragedy in electrocution

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

A tragic electrocution accident took the lives of a beloved high school baseball coach and his wife while   they were driving a boom truck to help get Liberty High School’s baseball field back in order after it was damaged during Hurricane Michael.  Killed were Corey Crum and his wife Shana.  Son Chase, 14, was… Read More »

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Trump grants Florida additional funding for Hurricane Michael recovery

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

In a meeting two days ago between Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and President Donald Trump, FEMA decided to grant an additional 45 days of emergency protective support for Florida Panhandle areas devastated by Hurricane Michael, including local government support and debris removal.  President Trump said that the U.S. government and FEMA are committed to… Read More »

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