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The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season — So Far

Several named storms have already taken shape (two developing before June), suggesting the coming months could be even more active than forecasters anticipated.

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The Surfside Condo Collapse — What Happened?

Half of the Champlain South Towers in the town of Surfside suddenly collapsed into a massive pile of debris and rubble. How could that happen? 

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What You Need to Know About Water Damage Insurance Claim

Just as water damage varies, insurance claims related to water damage aren’t all treated equally.

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The Ethical Standards Required of Public Adjusters

Doctors, advisors, lawyers and a few others aren’t the only ones who are ethically duty bound to their clientele. So too are public adjusters.

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Is Your State a Standard Fire Policy State?

Do you know if your business operates in a standard fire policy state? 

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Why Wording Is Everything In Insurance Matters

The wording of an insurance policy can affect the settlement of a claim, regardless of when a proof of loss form is filled out. 

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Expect the Best from Stone Claims Group’s Technology

At Stone Claims Group we help our clients get compensated fairly when filing an insurance claim using some of the latest technology in the industry.

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Is There a Public Adjuster Near Me?

“Is there a public adjuster near me?” is one of our more frequently asked questions. Our answer: Most likely.

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Does Your Business Need Wind and Hail Insurance?

Depending on where you’re located, your business may need wind and hail insurance to supplement your business owner’s policy.

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Hurricane Season is Primed and Ready: Is Your Business?

According to The Weather Channel’s 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook, business owners along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts may see as many as 14 named storms between June 1 and Nov. 30.

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Why You May Need to Worry About Winds and Your Windows

Like water, wind in small doses is healthy for the environment, but when it intensifies, it’s not to be underestimated.

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