In 2020, there were 30 named storms. 14 formed into hurricanes and seven strengthened into major hurricanes.

From June to November, Florida residents and visitors should be prepared for bad weather. From preparing your home to stocking up on supplies, it is critical to be ready before the storm arrives.

After disaster strikes, insurance companies may deny or underpay hurricane claims. Do you know what your insurance will cover if a hurricane strikes and damages your home and property? Ask yourself these questions:

  • Does my policy cover hurricanes?
  • Is flooding covered in my hurricane coverage?
  • How much will I need to pay out of my pocket if my roof is damaged?

Residences are not the only dwellings affected by hurricane damage; businesses can also be affected. If you own a business, do you know:

  • Do I have Business Interruption Coverage?
  • Is my lost business revenue covered if I can’t open my business?

Damaged roofs, flooding, broken windows, moisture damage, blown off siding and ruined pools are just a few of the common types of damage that hurricanes may cause. For businesses, the losses from property damage may only be part of the damage; lost revenue from closures can also impact business owners.

Make sure you are covered BEFORE a major storm or hurricane strikes.

Contact VG Law Today for your FREE policy review or to discuss an insurance claim!

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