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February 2020
Waiting to receive your insurance settlement can seem like it takes forever. We hear you loud and clear. And sadly, it can take far too long, as we’ve seen played out in claim after claim throughout the state of Florida. Our elected officials and the Florida Senate Insurance and Banking Committee knows it’s a problem,...
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Real estate transactions are not run-of-the-mill purchases for most people (and for those that they are, they likely have a full team of lawyers working round-the-clock for them). Purchasing real estate can be incredibly complex; involve numerous clauses, agreements, and sheer paperwork to read through (and understand!); expose problems you didn’t know you needed to...
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As a renter in Florida, you have to be more than just savvy. You must be attentive to every last detail, especially those that get spelled out in your lease agreement. After all, understanding what you will be responsible for and knowing when to hold your landlord accountable are important for protecting yourself if things...
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Spoiler alert: No (if the claim is less than five years old)! According to Florida Statute §95.11, the statute of limitations for property damage claims in Florida is typically five years. Here in Florida, homeowner’s insurance premiums are among the highest in the nation primarily due to our elevated risk for damage caused by natural...
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