Look out Tampa Bay – Hurricane damage claims may be coming your way! A recent article posted on Weather.com listed the “10 Most Vulnerable and Overdue Hurricane Cities” in America. Unfortunately, the first city on their list was…Tampa, Florida! The article pointed out that despite the fact that hurricanes and other tropical storms have struck many other parts of the State of Florida over the past few decades, the last time Tampa suffered a direct hit by a Hurricane was in 1921.
Floridians – especially those in Tampa and other coastal regions – should not take the upcoming hurricane seasonally lightly. Despite the fact that the Tampa Bay area has remained free of major storms for the past few decades, we should not be lulled into the belief that the Tampa Bay area is somehow immune from hurricane damage. Always monitor storm activity through media sources such as weather.com and make sure to keep adequate supplies on hand in case of an emergency.
It is also crucially important that you review your insurance policies immediately in order to determine if you have appropriate and adequate coverage for any hurricane damage claims which may be caused by these storms. Should you have any questions about the coverages available under your insurance policy, we would be happy to assist you. It is always better to know what insurance you have BEFORE the need arises, rather than learning afterwards that you do not have the coverage you need. Hopefully, it will be another uneventful hurricane season, but it is always better to be safe than sorry!
Has Your Home Insurance Company Denied Or Undervalued Your Property Damage Claim In Florida?
If your insurance company is dragging their feet regarding your property damage claim you should speak with an experienced insurance claim lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Tampa, Florida law office directly at 800.451.6786 to schedule your free consultation. We help Florida residents just like you fight the big insurance companies who fail to abide by their own policies. Remember, we work on a contingent basis, meaning you don't pay us anything until we win your case.