Hurricane Michael Property Damage Claims Attorneys

Experienced disaster recovery team has track record of successfully recovering just compensation

When the news hit that Hurricane Michael was headed for the Florida Panhandle in October 2018, many residents did not have enough time to prepare before the storm was quickly upgraded to a Category 4 hurricane. Michael’s damaging winds caused power outages to over one million customers and heavy rain caused flash flooding all along the East Coast, from the Carolinas to New Jersey. Florida residents experienced damage to homes, boats, cars, businesses, and belongings. Filing a claim for hurricane property damage from insurance companies can be an uphill battle. The experienced disaster recovery team at Ged Lawyers, LLP has a track record of successfully recovering compensation for Florida residents who have sustained hurricane property damage.

Hurricane damage can be extensive – know your policy

Hurricane Michael left a path of destruction in its wake, from storm surge flooding, inland flooding, wind damage, heavy rain, and downed power lines. When filing a hurricane property damage claim, it is important to understand your insurance policy as well as the cause of the damage. If you suffered water damage from Hurricane Michael due to the rapid-moving rainfall and flooding, then the damage would be covered under flood insurance. If the property damage is a result of storm surge, then the damage would be covered under your standard homeowners insurance. In some situations, it may be necessary to file multiple insurance claims. If Hurricane Michael caused damage to your car and your home, then you are required to file a claim under your automobile insurance policy as well as your homeowners insurance policy.

Time limits for filing a claim for hurricane property damage

Every state has legal time limits for filing a claim in civil court. This is known as the statute of limitations. In Florida, the statute of limitations for filing a hurricane property damage claim is four years from the time the damage occurred. If your claim is not filed in the court system within that four-year timeframe, your case will be dismissed and you will have lost your opportunity to recover compensation for the property damage from Hurricane Michael.

Sustain property damage from Hurricane Michael? Let us help

Hurricane Michael’s destructive winds, storm surge, heavy rain, and rapid flooding caused extensive damage to the Florida Panhandle. Many Floridians were already struggling to recover from previous hurricanes that hit the Sunshine State earlier in 2018 and in 2017. The experienced disaster recovery team at Ged Lawyers, LLP is dedicated to helping Florida residents receive just compensation for hurricane property damage. Our skilled hurricane property damage attorneys understand how insurance companies operate and we aggressively advocate on behalf of our clients until fair compensation is received. Schedule a confidential consultation with one of our hurricane property damage claims attorneys by contacting our office at 844-443-3529 or online.