If you have experienced a loss due to property damage, it’s only natural that you want to get the best settlement offer from your insurance company. However, many people don’t realize that they aren’t entitled to the full value of their claim—the insurance adjuster has a lot of leeway when determining the amount they are […]
The role of the umpire in insurance disputes is to act as a neutral third party and help to resolve the dispute. They can offer their impartial opinion on the case and make recommendations for settlement. Umpires often have experience in insurance disputes and can provide valuable guidance to both sides. If you’re involved […]
Lawmakers, engineers and safety advocates aim to ensure history doesn’t repeat itself by more comprehensively codifying building inspections processes in Florida — and the professionals who perform them.
As condo developers compete with one another to finish their projects faster than their competitors by reining in expenses, they risk sacrificing quality for quantity
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Relative to other states, the building codes in the Sunshine State are nothing short of exceptional.
Not addressing the small things now can lead to very large problems later on, according to a newly released report on infrastructure maintenance for community associations.
Hurricane recovery may be easier with federal assistance; do you know if you’re eligible?
A weather woe that Florida residents don’t have to worry about, unlike those in the West, is wildfires. Or do they?
Some hurricane seasons are more active than others, and while tropical storms are weaker than hurricanes by definition, they’re not to be taken lightly.
Whether your high-rise building is a long-time fixture in your city or it’s just recently become a part of the skyline, you likely understand that it’s vulnerable to storm damage.
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