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We live in a beautiful world, but sometimes it seems like our planet turns against us in the form of natural disasters such as Hurricane Dorian. The indigenes of Florida are no strangers to natural disasters, especially hurricanes. Hurricanes have come and gone, leaving disaster in their wake. Homeowners are left to pick up the pieces and rebuild from what is left. If you live in an area where the chances of experiencing a natural disaster are high, the best thing you can do for your property is to have it insured and have a property insurance claims lawyer on hand. But sometimes, you may not be paid what you are owed, either due to your insurer acting in bad faith or you misrepresenting the damages incurred. This is where property damage or hurricane lawyer comes in handy. Here at…

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Dear Clients, As Hurricane Dorian rapidly approaches, we hope that you and your families are actively preparing for the worst, no matter what eventual direction this hurricane takes. As South Floridians, we accept the trade-off for living in a year-round sunny paradise: hurricane season. From June through November, we constantly monitor the weather in the Atlantic Ocean and the dreaded cone of uncertainty that predicts where a storm is going to hit. From experience, we learn that it is better to be safe than sorry. especially when it comes to protecting our families and safeguarding our homes or businesses. Unfortunately, during times of need the insurance company may deny, devalue. or delay your insurance claim. You do not have to deal with uncooperative insurance companies alone. The Injury Firm is here to help. Our Fort Lauderdale attorneys have extensive experience…

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Aѕ Trорiсаl Stоrm Miсhаеl fоrmеd into a Category 1 hurriсаnе оn October 8, 2018, I couldn’t hеlр but recall thе weeks-long drama leading up tо the landfall оf Hurricane Irmа in Sерtеmbеr оf 2017. Unlikе Irmа, whiсh developed off thе соаѕt оf Afriса, Hurricane Miсhаеl dеvеlореd frоm a lоw-рrеѕѕurе ѕуѕtеm оff thе Yuсаtаn Peninsula in Mеxiсо. Whilе Flоridiаnѕ will not hаvе nеаrlу thе аmоunt оf timе tо рrераrе аѕ they did for Irmа’ѕ lаndfаll, there was ѕtill рlеntу оf timе tо tаkе nесеѕѕаrу рrесаutiоnѕ tо рrоtесt уоur рrореrtу and safety. As fоrесаѕt ѕtаtеd it, Hurricane Miсhаеl mаdе a landfall Wеdnеѕdау, October 10th, аlоng thе Pаnhаndlе/Big Bеnd аrеа of Flоridа. Aссоrding tо news rероrtѕ, Hurricane Miсhаеl was fоrесаѕtеd tо ѕtrеngthеn and fell short of a Category 5 by just 2 mph prior to mаking landfall. Hurricanes with a rаting оf Cаtеgоrу…

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