Hurricanes Accident and Safety

Common Types of Homeowner’s Property Damage in Florida

Homeowner’s insurance is one of the most vital forms of protection you can have when you own real estate. In addition to the liability coverage your policy includes if someone is hurt on your property, for example, it also offers financial protection against property damage.

Your homeowner’s insurance policy is designed to protect you if your home is damaged by a covered peril, including storms, natural disaster, vandalism, and theft. In South Florida, homeowners face unique threats that aren’t as common in non-coastal areas, including high winds, hurricanes, and roof damage. The following are the most common types of home property damage

Miami Bridge Collapse Legal Help

Yesterday, a pedestrian bridge collapsed at the Florida International University campus in Miami. The bridge, which was touted as being a first of it’s kind “instant bridge” was constructed over the weekend and would still be under construction for some time before it would be open to the public for use. The idea behind this new, innovated bridge technology was to cut back on worker’s risk and traffic problems related to lengthy construction times. This is a terrible incident and we are sending our deepest condolences to those affected. If you are looking for Miami bridge collapse legal help, we can provide

Wrongful Death Caused by a Hurricane – Who Is Liable?

This year’s hurricane season has reached historic proportions. Florida is still cleaning up from Irma, all while keeping a wary eye on the storms that continue to brew far out in the ocean. Irma brought destruction to our state and many citizens are still dealing with the aftermath. Unfortunately, some lost their lives in the powerful storm. If you lost a loved one in a hurricane, you might wonder if you have grounds for a wrongful death claim. Who is liable for your loved ones when a natural disaster strikes? There’s no simple answer. However, these examples might illuminate how

How Can I Protect Myself During Hurricane Season in Florida?

In the aftermath of powerful Hurricane Irma, citizens of Miami puzzle about how to better protect themselves in the face of a natural disaster. Hurricanes have always been a risk of living in Florida. With flooding, evacuations, and property damage still fresh from the recent storm, however, there is no better time to brush up on safety precautions. Follow these tips to maximize your family’s safety and protection during Florida’s hurricane season. Keep Up With Hurricane News One of the only good things about a hurricane compared to other natural disasters is that they are predictable well in advance of making landfall.