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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Atlantic Tropical Storm Ophelia

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The 15th storm of the year, Ophelia, formed on the 21st of September. She is currently headed west about 3000 miles from Florida and is expected to start turning northwest before Saturday. Ophelia is derived from the Greek word meaning "help". I think the image most people have of Ophelia is that based on Shakespeare's Hamlet and lets hope that Ophelia is swallowed up by the very ocean that created her.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Hurricane Insurance Company Goes Under

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The importance of filing your claims properly is demonstrated in harsh ways in the Sun Sentinel article, "Expect low and slow claims payments if your insurer folds." Florida Guarantee Association has left well over a 1,000 unpaid claims in the wake of its insolvency declaration. As the article demonstrates insurance companies that go belly up often engage in delay practices. They often don't have the number or quality of adjusters it takes to keep up in a state like Florida where there can be diverse types of claims and a high volume.

The tragedy is that even with insurance regulators monitoring who gets to write insurance and how well they pay claims there is no guarantee claims will ultimately be resolved timely or for full and fair value. As soon as you realize your insurance company is dragging its feet in assessing your claim, reducing the value of claims, burying you in paperwork demands that extent the time for payment, declaring your loss uncovered by the policy you paid good money for, or utilizing its purported experts to deny your claims you should consider retaining counsel to assist you in holding the company you pay to protect you. Florida law gives you the insured, the right to fair claims handling practices so that you can receive the benefit of the bargain made for the premiums you paid.

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Tropical Storm Maria No U.S. Landfall Expected

Tropical Storm Maria currently has wind speed maximum of 50 miles per hour and wind gusts up to 65 miles per hour.  Tropical Storm Maria is projected to move parallel to the U.S. Coast line at about 2 miles per hour. Currently she is expected to remain a Tropical Storm for the next few days.

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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Tropical Storm Lee Gulf Coast Landfall Brace for Flooding

Some areas predicted to receive 20 inches of rainfall from this one storm.  Sustained winds of 60 mph have been recorded. There may be gusts much higher as well as tornadoes and flash flooding.  Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal declares state of emergency in 10 parishes. Expected landfall west of Morgan City Louisiana will also affect coastal Texas, coastal Mississippi and coastal Alabama.

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