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In Lee County, hundreds of people still await a check following a delayed or denied Hurricane Ian insurance claim.
If you're filing a Hurricane insurance claim in Florida, you must do so quickly to avoid being barred from receiving compensation for your property damage.
Many Florida homeowners are currently experiencing delayed Hurricane Ian claims, as the insurance companies look to minimize their outgoing costs.
Contrary to what you may be told, homeowners can always negotiate Hurricane Ian Insurance claims.
Florida is seeing a vast number of undervalued or denied Hurricane Ian insurance claims.
Due to its devastating impact and destruction, millions of people are currently making Hurricane Ian claims in Florida.
Hurricane Ian’s devastating destruction path is expected to total over $40 billion in property damage claims.
Hurricane Ian made landfall Wednesday, September 28, 2022, in Southwest Florida and barrelled through Central Florida before moving to the Atlantic Ocean.