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Florida Public Adjuster Offering Commercial Insurance Claim Assistance in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew
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Florida commercial enterprises are vulnerable to devastating financial losses should there be loss like a fire, as this can bring operations to a full stop. Property owners need to act quickly to address the loss, or they will run the risk of disruption of the marketability of their products.
In this video segment from “The Property Man,” Bob Massi discusses why it is so important to understand the ins and outs of your homeowners insurance when disaster strikes. He supported the discussion with an interview with Lou Holtz regarding the fire loss at his Lake Nona home.
Real estate investors would like to know their Florida property is insured against unforeseen damages. The last thing any real estate investor wants to do after an emergency is argue over an insurance claim.
In this video segment from The Property Man, legendary coach Lou Holtz discusses fire loss of his Lake Nona home.
Over the course of more than thirty years, Altieri Transco American Claims has been honored to receive numerous letters from satisfied clients. We believe our clients can provide the best evidence to the professionalism others should expect from our property insurance claims professionals and the results we attempt to achieve for each client.
When considering the likelihood of damage and filing an insurance claim, a Florida high rise poses its own unique risks. Hotels, condo complexes and office buildings have different issues when it comes to water, fire or other types of damage, including: Sprinkler damage: Fire sprinklers are a fantastic method for keeping people safe during a Florida high rise fire, but they can cause quite a bit of damage to the building and all of the property in it.
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.