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Home and business policyholders dealing with wind damage insurance claims may find themselves battling their insurer on whether a named storm deductible applies due to Hurricane Ian or just a wind deductible applied due to a tornado that occurred before the hurricane.  If wind damage existed before the September 28, 2023 Hurricane occurrence, be sure […]

Hurricane Ian Property Damage Insurance Claims

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Hurricane Ian could potentially generate more than $30 billion in insured property losses, which would make it one of the largest natural catastrophe events in US history. #hurricaneian #publicadjuster #propertyinsurance #propertydamage https://www.claimsjournal.com/news/national/2022/09/29/312944.htm

Hurricane Laura: The Aftermath

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About Hurricane Laura Prior to making landfall in the US, Laura had produced serious damage and took nearly two dozen lives across Hati and the Dominican Republic. As it was moving through the Gulf of Mexico, Laura quickly grew from a Category 1 to a Category 4 within 24 hours. In the early morning of […]

How Hurricane Florence Compares to Irma, Maria, Harvey and Other Storms

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As Hurricane Florence gathered strength and churned toward the U.S. East Coast, the National Hurricane Center warned Monday that conditions could be life-threatening. Storm surges are expected on the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, along with major flooding that could be fatal. Hurricane-force winds are also predicted in the Carolinas. But how […]

Update from the Gulf Coast: A Policyholders Perspective

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Which Came First: the Chicken, the Egg or the Hurricane? While debates wax and wane in newspaper headlines, the harsh reality for thousands of policyholders in the wake of Hurricane Katrina centers around an age-old issue: which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or in this case, is it the wind damage or the […]

Kudos to Dave Lieber and TDI Fraud Unit!

TDI Fraud Unit Stops Roofers from Working Without a License Not many people can say their dream came true in a week. But that’s what I watched happen Thursday as a team of police investigators I’ll call the TDI Fraud Unit aka “Roof Squad” traveled through tornado-ravaged Rowlett and stopped anybody who looked like a […]

Hurricane Irene and Insurers: Less Damage, Excuse to Hike Prices

Hurricane Irene and Insurers: Less Damage, Excuse to Hike Prices The Weakened Storm Allows Insurers to Raise Prices Hurricane Irene was the “Perfect Storm” for insurers, but in a very different sense of the term. The weakened storm that spared New York City from major hurricane damage gave the wealthy and rarely hit Northeast enough […]

Hurricane Irene Could Boost Insurance Pricing

Damage from Hurricane Irene could raise insurance prices NEW YORK (Reuters) – Hurricane Irene, threatening to become the first hurricane to hit the United States in three years, could be the catalyst the insurance industry has been seeking in its quest for across-the-board premium increases after years of weakness. Like speculators in the futures market […]

7 Ways Commercial Policyholders Maximize Property Damage Insurance Claims

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