Plantation Claims Adjuster

Broward County Claims

Located in central Broward County, Plantation got its name from the previous owner of the land, the Everglades Plantation Company. Like many cities in Southern Florida, Plantation is susceptible to tropical storms and hurricanes. The last major storm to hit the area was Hurricane Wilma (2005), which caused millions of dollars in damage.

As competent and capable as the local emergency response system is, there is absolutely no way to prepare for a natural disaster. The only thing homeowners can do is keep their families are out of harm’s way and make sure their abodes are insured. This is seldom easy.

Because certain regions are clobbered by inclement weather during the hurricane season, which lasts from June to November, insurance coverage varies greatly. As a general rule, your home should be protected if it is damaged by driving rain or high winds. This includes damage that caused by falling tree limbs or flying debris. However, your home may not be covered if a nearby lake overruns and floods your basement. Inundation is not covered by the standard property insurance policy…unless…

Flood zones in the state, especially in Broward County, are constantly updated. If you reside in one of these zones, you may not have to pay for a separate flood insurance policy.

To find out exactly what is covered under your present policy or to get help with a pending insurance claim, call us at 1-855-321-LOSS (5677). Our experienced team of public adjusters will review your policy for free and advise you how to proceed.

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