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One Year Later: Florida Panhandle Still Recovering from Hurricane Sally

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since Hurricane Sally tore through the Florida Panhandle. Panhandle residents are well aware that Hurricane Sally was a lot more destructive than a typical category 1 hurricane. Not only did the slow-moving storm have maximum sustained winds of 105 mph with gusts over 100 mph, but it also battered… Read More »


Tropical Storm Mindy forms off the coast of the Florida Panhandle

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Source: WKRG Tropical Storm Mindy forms just off the panhandle of Florida. Models are in agreeance with taking the storm to the panhandle of Florida. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect from Mexico Beach to Steinhatchee River. We Can Help – Free Policy Review and Property Inspection! The property claim experts at Insurance Litigation Group… Read More »


Get Assistance for your Florida AOB Claims

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On July 1, Florida’s second major property insurance reform law went into effect, complimenting 2019’s HB 7065, the original AOB reform law. This means more hurdles to clear with insurers as they continue their clamp-down on AOB claims for mitigation companies, GCs, roofers, electricians, and plumbers. While the AOB requirements will remain the same,… Read More »


Hurricane Andrew Anniversary – Hurricane Preparedness 2021

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29 years ago, #HurricaneAndrew ripped through South Florida on this very day in 1992, leveling cities like Homestead and Florida City with winds as high as 175 miles per hour, and its impacts have been felt ever since. This storm of a lifetime’s anniversary is an opportunity to learn from the past and recognize… Read More »

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Peak of hurricane season is just around the corner

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Between mid-August and mid-October meteorologists prepare for many storms as it is considered the peak of the season. However, multiple sources are warning individuals to prepare for an above-average amount of storms this year. Historical data shows that Atlantic conditions yield themselves to favorable tropical development near the Cape Verde Islands not just for… Read More »

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An item to add to your hurricane prep list: Check your insurance coverage

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A recent opinion piece in the Sun Sentinel discussed this year’s hurricane season, the storm coming with it and what that means for homeowners. Due to the labor and construction materials shortage, “supply chain issues have sent building costs through the roof,” and if a hurricane were to strike, that supply and demand chain… Read More »


Tropical Depression Fred Tracking Near Cuba, Southeastern Bahamas on a Potential Path Toward Florida

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Source: Tropical storm watches have been issued for the southeastern Bahamas and portions of Cuba. Tropical storm conditions (winds of at least 39 mph) are possible on Thursday. The eastern Bahamas and Cuba and Turks and Caicos, are expected to receive 1 to 3 inches of rainfall, with isolated totals of 5 inches…. Read More »

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NOAA predicts an even busier hurricane season than expected

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Source: Sun Sentinel A pessimistic revision to this season’s Atlantic hurricane forecast was released Wednesday, just as the season ramps up to its period of peak activity. The forecast from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center predicts 7 to 10 hurricanes, up from the pre-season forecast of six to 10. The agency predicts a total of 15 to… Read More »

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Element Apartments Allow Residents Back in After Flood

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According to Fox 13 Tampa Bay, early on the morning of July 16th, residents of Element apartments woke up to alarms, signaling a significant water main break. There was so no sign that there had been a fire, but sprinklers went off and flooded the building on the 27th floor and below. After an… Read More »

Federal Flood Maps Scheduled to be Updated in Pinellas County

Federal Flood Maps Scheduled to be Updated in Pinellas County

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According to the Tampa Bay Times, on August 24, the federal flood insurance rate maps in Pinellas County are scheduled to be updated. These maps were last updated in 2009, and this new version will account for current weather patterns, building codes and ultimately, the real risk of flooding to a building. Officials are… Read More »

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