National Flood insurance for Florida homes | Miami Flood Attorneys
Close Menu
Your Hurricane Insurance Attorneys – We fight for you! | Our Response to COVID-19

Recent Blog Posts

pop-art-worried-woman-holding-bucket-collecting-water-from-ceiling-damaged-roof_87771-3918

Water damage? What to do next.

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

There is a lot that homeowners should know in case of potential water damage. Properties can undergo water damage from a variety of reasons, including leaking pipes, damaged sewage lines, natural disasters, and more.  If you are currently dealing with water damage in your home, here are some things to keep in mind. Make… Read More »

aob contractors florida

Getting your AOBs PAID: 2-Minute Checklist

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

With the advent of House Bill 7065 becoming effective last year, many roofers, water mitigation companies, mold remediation contractors, general contractors, plumbers and electricians have either stopped doing AOBs or are finding it a challenge to get paid by the insurance company. This two-minute video reviews five key reminders that will make getting paid on your AOB work… Read More »

Citizens Insurance, Florida’s Insurer of Last Resort, Looks For Higher Rates

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

The Citizens Insurance Corporation’s Board of Governors is on track to approve a 3.7% rate increase for 2021. However, CBS Miami reports that they have chosen to put the final decision on hold until late January, allowing staff members to consider the possibility of higher rate increases. Chairman Carlos Beruff voices his concern of… Read More »

Sally

The 2020 hurricane season was expected to have ‘above normal’ activity but surpassed forecast

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Source: Florida Phoenix What was expected to be a busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will soon come to a close, surpassing initial predictions for the number of named storms and hurricanes. NOAA reported that “the 2020 season produced 30 named storms (top winds of 39 mph or greater), of which 13 became hurricanes (top… Read More »

company-holiday-safety-tips

Holiday Fire Safety

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

According to U.S Fire Administration (USFA), nearly half of holiday decoration fires happen because decorations are placed too close to a heat source. Although it’s fun to decorate for the holidays, holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. Here are some helpful tips: Inspect holiday lights each year before you put… Read More »

hurricanespa

Florida Hurricane History: East vs. West Coast Findings

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

The Geological Society of America has recently come out with studies pointing to Florida’s hurricane records while hinting at a new finding. Many highlight the fact that there has been quite little research done on Florida’s East Coast hurricane past record, with the national hurricane database for this area extending back to only the… Read More »

Screen Shot 2020-11-06 at 11.43.19 AM

Eta Updates: How Could South Florida be Affected?

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

The latest Eta forecasts have caused South Florida to be put under a flood watch. As experts monitor the storm, they are recognizing the potential of tropical-storm-force winds as well as drenching rain. According to the National Hurricane Center, Eta is expected to hit the Florida Keys and South Florida area around late weekend/early… Read More »

Unknown-1

The Return of Tyndall Air Force

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

After talks of closing down Tyndall Air Force Base back in 2018, it is now becoming the ‘base of the future’. Hurricane Michael affected Bay County greatly- especially Tyndall. The destruction of this base led to it being on the Realignment and Closure Commission list- but was then changed from an active duty base… Read More »

Unknown

Finance Prep in the Midst of Severe Weather

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

When preparing for severe weather, there is one thing that you should always keep in mind- your finances. Both personal and professional finances should be in place before a major storm hits. There are many steps you can take to make sure that you are ready before a disaster arises.  Keep an emergency fund. Having… Read More »

hurricane zeta panhandle

Zeta becomes a hurricane as it nears Yucatan, heading for U.S.

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Zeta has strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane, but is expected to weaken to a tropical storm before making landfall. However, forecasters say the storm could make landfall anywhere from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle and are encouraging preparation for the storm. This year’s season has so many storms that the hurricane center has… Read More »

Free Initial In-Home Consultation Complete the form below to have ILG contact you for a complimentary consultation regarding your claims. Our fees are often paid by the insurance company, and as always, No Recovery, No Fee. * All Fields Required.
Captcha Image
Contact Form Tab
Translate Page »