When you come out of the other end of a hurricane, the first thing you do is survey the damage. The second thing you should do is to contact a public adjuster. Since 1851, approximately 37 major hurricanes have struck the state of Florida, equaling, roughly, 45% total of all hurricanes to affect the United States during that same timespan, as reported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Hurricane Research Division. Additionally, over 398 tornadoes have struck the state just since 2005 (Sun-Sentinel; NOAA; National Weather Service; AccuWeather).
In short, Florida residents must be aware of the threat these destructive storms pose and, importantly, what to do if one strikes. If your home, apartment, condominium, or business is damaged in the event of a hurricane, tornado, or the severe storms that can arise out of either, contact us at Expert Public Adjusters immediately so that we might provide you with speedy, experienced assistance in recovering your property to its original condition.
We can help you restore your property to its pre-storm condition whether we are enlisted by you just after it strikes or after you have received a small fee for loss. Our FAPIA-certified adjusters (Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters) can file and represent you on any claim related to hurricanes or tornadoes, even if we need to re-open a claim with your insurance company!