Orlando Florida – Hurricane Matthew
Roof Leak that damaged a ¾” solid wood floor that travels throughout the entire first and second floors and stairs. Carrier paid client $1,503.67 and we re-opened the case and obtained an additional $53,000.00 for the insured. Category: (Hurricane Damage, Roof leak, Insurance Claims)
Is there “hurricane insurance”?
There is no such thing as “hurricane insurance” or “hurricane coverage,” but there is insurance that covers storm damage. The two most serious threats are wind damage and floods. Some house insurers in coastal areas exclude windstorm damage, necessitating the purchase of separate windstorm insurance.
Have you been affected by hurricane damage?
If you’ve been affected by hurricane damage, the deadline is usually 1 year to file a claim. Although this might vary greatly. In some states it can even be two years or up to six. The timeframes under your insurance will be identical for wind, hail, hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and many other calamities.