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Hurricane Preparedness

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Hurricane preparedness week in the U.S. is an annual NOAA event that calls attention to the importance of making preparations before the season begins. This includes restocking supplies in your hurricane kit, checking important documents and your insurance coverage.

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Firework Safety on the 4th of July

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Remember this Independence Day: playing it safe with fireworks is more fun than being in the emergency room because of a preventable injury or seeing your house go up in flames.

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Today is the First Day of Hurricane Season and Florida Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday

This sales tax holiday begins Friday, June 1, 2018 and extends through Thursday, June 7, 2018. During this sales tax holiday period, qualifying items related to disaster preparedness are exempt from sales tax. 

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Sun Sentinel Article Addresses a Very Important Subject Regarding Your Insurance Claim

Article published in the Sun Sentinel on May 15, 2018 in the Money section. # # # Claims Aid Consultants, Inc. is a Florida Public Adjusting firm. We exclusively represent home and business owners after they have suffered a flood,…

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The Benefits of Preparing an Accurate Home Inventory

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Why should creating an accurate inventory of all personal possessions be at the top of your to-do list? Because it is nearly impossible to remember all the contents you had in your home if it’s destroyed.

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This Just In: Early Forecasts for 2018 Hurricane Season

An early forecast for the 2018 hurricane season calls for a slightly above-average season with 14 named storms, seven hurricanes, and three major hurricanes.

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When is Florida’s Tornado Season?

The biggest challenge with making a tornado insurance claim is understanding your coverage and knowing how to get what you’re owed under your policy.

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Are Your Hurricane Accordion Shutters Causing Damage to Your Home?

This is the time to start planning for the upcoming hurricane and tropical storm season. Most homeowners with two-story homes in the past (and maybe in the future) will have, or have had issues while installing second story shutters. Most,…

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Hurricane Irma Update: Was Your Roof Leak Claim Unfairly Denied?

As a result of Hurricane Irma, our firm received many calls from clients who were notified by their insurance companies that their roof claims had been denied due to little or no damage or the amount paid was under their deductible. Upon our inspections of the very same (denied) roof claims, we discovered that not to be true at all. 

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Attention Real Estate Professionals – Why Use a Public Adjuster?

By letting a public adjuster handle claims on REO managed properties, foreclosure properties and short sales, real estate agents can go back to their main business – selling buildings and structures, while the PA helps to get the proper claim payment from the insurance company.

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