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Monday, November 1, 2010

Science of sinkholes: Sinkhole Database

"At least 30 sinkholes have opened up around Tampa Bay this week alone, costing taxpayers about $100,000 apiece."

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Friday, September 24, 2010

Tropical Storm Matthew Not Expected to Impact Florida

Tropical Storm Matthew is near the Honduras/Nicaragua border Friday afternoon September 24, 2010 with heavy rain. Matthew not expected to impact Florida weather. Unstable air from TS Matthew and may develop into another low over the Caribbean next week. That system may impact Florida.

Source BayNews9

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Florida Hurricane Claims in The Supreme Court

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Florida Hurricane Claims are now in front of The Florida Supreme Court. We will update this story when the Florida Supreme Court rules on this huge case. According to the Insurance Company, This case is about "an insurance claim for property damage suffered in Hurricane Wilma, which struck South Florida in 2005. The condominium buildings of the insured were among the buildings in Boca Raton affected by the hurricane. A week after the hurricane, the chairman of the insured‟s association advised the unit owners that the majority of units had no damage. Nevertheless, after a six-day trial in federal district court, a jury awarded $8,140,099.68 in damages." The complete Brief from the Insurance Company can be found here.

The Condominium Association stated "The actual jury award was for $8,140,099.68, allocating $7,868,211 to QBE’s breach of the coverage provision of the contract and $271,888 for breach of the implied warranty of good faith and fair dealing." The complete Condominium Association Brief can be found here.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Bonnie Becomes Tropical Storm

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Florida Hurricane Attorney notes that Bonnie becomes Tropical Storm | According to NOAA, "Tropical Depression strengthens...becomes Tropical Storm Bonnie... At 615 PM EDT the center of Tropical Storm Bonnie was located about 200 miles southeast of Nassau or about 415 miles east-southeast Key West Florida. Movement was toward the northwest near 14 MPH. A turn to the west-northwest with an increase in forward speed is expected tonight and Friday. Winds have increased TO 40 MPH and that the depression has become a tropical storm."

The Florida Hurricane Attorney will be following this system.

NOAA Satellite Image from July 22, 2010.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Attorney Notes Florida Hurricane Insurance Fund Investigates Claims

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Florida Hurricane Attorney / Lawyer notes that the fund used by the State of Florida may need an additional $710 million to continue and may have to "assess policyholders to get those funds." Collecting money on claims may get more difficult too since the state "indicated it wants more . . . claims investigated to make sure they are legitimate claims . . . ."

Florida government officials announced plans to limit claims "from five years to three" years from a storm event. Questions about a claim - Click to Call Us.

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Saturday, February 6, 2010

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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Hillsborough County Sinkhole Attorney - Building Codes

Hillsborough County Sinkhole Attorney notes that Government officials may change the building codes in order to provide residents with greater protections from potential sinkhole damage. The changes may call for foundations to be reinforced with extra steel in sinkhole prone areas. Although some are skeptical about the tougher building code, some believe that “[a]dding steel or reinforcing the slab will certainly prevent a lot of minor damage.” Regardless, it is believed the new regulations may lower the cost of sinkhole insurance premiums.

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