Pembroke Pines Claims Adjuster

Broward County Claims

Broward is the second most populated county in the state. Warm weather, good schools, and safe streets have transformed the area into a hotspot for tourists, families, and retirees. But not everything is perfect in paradise. Located on the southern end of the largest peninsula in the continental United States, all of the cities in Broward Country have suffered damage from Atlantic hurricanes and tropical storms in recent years. And the problem is only getting worse.

The city of Pembroke Pines is the second largest city in Broward County. Like most communities in the area, the city does its best to prepare for damaging storms. But with warmer ocean temperatures fueling storms and the hurricane cycle reaching its peak, the experts anticipate 10-15 active storms over the next year.

What should homeowners do?

First and most importantly, make sure your homeowner’s insurance covers storm damage. Most policies will pay for repairs as long as they were the direct result of a storm. This includes damage to roofs and windows that are caused by falling tree limbs or flying debris. They may not, however, pay for flood repair. So residents in flood zones sometimes have to purchase separate policies that cover inundation.

Because flooding has become a growing problem in Broward County in recent years, some homeowner’s may be covered by property insurance if their basements fill up or their homes are swept away in torrents. Coverage is determined by the location of your home and property.

If you have any questions about your current policy or have had trouble filing a claim with your insurance provider, please call our offices at 1-855-321-LOSS (5677).  

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