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$10 Million Hurricane Michael Recovery Program Announced

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Recently, Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, Governor Ron DeSantis, and the members of the Panhandle Legislative Delegation in Panama City as it was announced there would be a relaunch of the Hurricane Michael Recovery Loan Program. The Florida Housing Finance Corporation is administering the program, which will provide $10 million in down payment… Read More »

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Tropical Depression 13 forms with Florida in its path

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Source: Orlando Sentinel Tropical Depression 13 formed late Wednesday with it projected to grow into a tropical storm and head toward Florida over the weekend. The depression is projected to gradually strengthen and could grow into Tropical Storm Laura, the 12th named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, on Thursday. It’s expected to drop… Read More »

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WE TAKE ON YOUR AOB DISPUTES

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Insurance Litigation Group (ILG) continues to successfully litigate AOB disputes with Florida property insurance companies on behalf of roofers, water mitigation companies, mold remediation contractors, general contractors, plumbers and electricians. Attached is a recent article authored by our own Kimesha Smith, Esq., VP of Client Relations for our firm. It details the AOB environment in Florida,… Read More »

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Strong Storms Hit Central Florida as Hurricane Season Continues

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Just yesterday afternoon, intense storms ran through Central Florida causing consequential damage specifically in DeLand. Flooding, as well as other issues occurred; many cities have trees, power lines, and other objects and debris that were tossed around by storm winds, causing damage to the surrounding areas. Winds gained enough strength and speed to call… Read More »

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Two New Atlantic Systems: Storms to Come?

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We have seen quite an active Atlantic hurricane season so far, and there are now two more areas that are being watched by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for possible storm development. One of the systems is projected to hit central and western Carribean later this week, with possibilities of it forming into a… Read More »

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As Dust Shield in Atlantic Weakens, Hurricane Season May Strengthen

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Experts are predicting that this 2020 hurricane season may be one of the most active, extreme seasons yet. Up until now, there has been a dusty layer covering Florida and the Gulf/Caribbean, acting as a shield against possible storms. This shield is known as the Saharan African Layer, (SAL), which collects moisture that stops… Read More »

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Tropical Wave on Watch: Next Depression in Coming Days?

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A 15mph disturbance moving west-northwest is now on watch for South Floridians, as experts warn it could become the next depression- and possibly a named storm- this hurricane season.  The wave is currently thousands of miles away and will pass the Leeward Islands this week,  however the system could evolve into a tropical depression… Read More »

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CSU revises hurricane forecast, named storms could be double that of normal year

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Source: Palm Beach Post Colorado State University revised its seasonal hurricane forecast Wednesday, upping the number of named storms to 24 and calling for five major hurricanes of Cat 3 or stronger. The new forecast, which is updated each August ahead of the peak of hurricane season, includes the nine named storms that have already come and gone,… Read More »

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