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An unfortunate consequence of living in Florida is thunderstorm and hurricane damage to property that will often impact residential and commercial real estate. This is a valid concern during hurricane season and particularly stormy periods in both July and August.
Professional credentials A public adjuster is required to be licensed by the State of Florida. Request their license information and double-check it on the state website or contact the Office of Florida’s Chief Financial Officer via email form with your request.
If you are like most people we know, you probably have not learned by rote the specifics of your home insurance policy. These details are vital in case your home or property ever suffers damage in a hurricane, fire or another disaster. Even if you did memorize your policy from back to front, you likely found it filled to the brim with language fit for a lawyer.
After you decide it is a good idea to seek professional help with your insurance claim, the goal is to find a Tampa public adjuster with solid references who will take your case. Questions to ask and concepts to understand before hiring a public adjuster: Be certain you are hiring a licensed public adjuster.
Your property insurance policy is a contract between yourself and the insurance provider. Policies impose very specific obligations on the policyholder and also on your insurance company. The most important being the fact that, in order to get the insurance company to pay a penny, it will be necessary to prove your insurance claim is valid.
If you are like nearly everyone in your circle of friends, chances are good you have not memorized every detail in your home insurance policy. The problem is the details are important in case your home suffers significant damage in a hurricane, fire or another natural disaster. Even if you have spent time reviewing your policy front to back, you will find it full of legal language that is often difficult for an average person to decipher.