When does a Storm become a named Tropical Storm or Hurricane?
The Atlantic hurricane season technically starts June 1 and ends November 30. However lately we have been getting named stormsRead more.
A Dangerous Category 5 Storm named Hurricane Lane Targets Hawaii!
To watch a live hurricane report please visit this link. https://www.cbsnews.com/video/category-4-hurricane-lane-threatens-hawaii/Read more.
Why is it important to know if a Restoration-Remediation is IICRC Certified?
IICRC Certified Water Damage Restoration Technician What does IICRC stand for? IICRC is an acronym that stands for the InstituteRead more.
Experienced Public Adjusters LLC is a Proud Supporter of The Wounded Warriors Project!
Experienced Public Adjusters LLC makes a monthly contribution to The Wounded Warriors Project. Please join us in supporting this cause.Read more.
8 of the Most Common Causes of Household Water Damage and Plumbing Leaks
8 of the Most Common Causes of Household Water Damage and Plumbing Leaks Leaks can damage your home, waste water,Read more.
What do you need to do when you insurance involves the appraisal process?
This is why you should have hired a Public Adjuster from the beginning, However, We can still fix your issue.Read more.
How many households are in Florida and in the United States.
Florida has over 6 million households that could suffer a loss an may require an insurance claim be filed. ItRead more.
Can my insurance company cancel my policy because I filed a property damage claim?
The short answer to this question is ‘no’. The State of Florida has strict rules that insurance companies must followRead more.
Who is Citizens Property Insurance Corporation? Why do they exist?
Citizens Property Insurance Corporation was created the Florida Legislature in August 2002 as a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, government entity. TheirRead more.
Do you know where you main line water shut off valve is?
Water damage is one of the most common causes of loss in Florida. Make sure you have the key orRead more.
Why is it important to have a Restoration or and Air Quality Assessor do a Moisture Evaluation?
Importance of Moisture Evaluations when a loss occurs Moisture evaluating is the action taken to locate excess moisture in buildingRead more.
Why is it important to find out if the Restoration Tech that comes to your home is IICRC Certified?
IICRC Certified Water Damage Restoration Technician What does IICRC stand for? IICRC stands for the Institute of Inspection Cleaning andRead more.
Industry Warning: Contractors-3rd Degree Felony For Attempting To Adjust a Claim!
Contractors Read The Florida Statutes clicking this link:at www.myfloridacfo.com: This page reads, “If you are acting as a publicRead more.
A Contractor told me that they can handle my insurance claim for me? Is that legal?
Industry Warning: Contractors-3rd Degree Felony For Attempting To Adjust a Claim! Read The Florida Statutes clicking this link:at www.myfloridacfo.com:Read more.
Transition of the Public Adjuster Apprentice Program Effective January 1st, 2018
Considerable changes have been made to the Public Adjuster Apprentice Program in Florida in 2018. Please read the web pageRead more.
My insurance company sent a letter stating my claim is closed? Can I reopen it to receive additional money for
No, that is a standard practice insurance carriers to make you feel like the claim has been closed. YouRead more.
If I deposit my initial settlement check does that mean I am accepting the amount and my claim is closed?
If I deposit my initial settlement check does that mean I am accepting the amount and my claim is closed?Read more.
Long Term Seepage vs. Sudden And Accidental Water Damage. Am I covered?
Most insurance carriers have an exclusion for long term seepage or water damage. Under Exclusion of the Policy, they usuallyRead more.