Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, is pleased to announce its recognition for professional excellence by Best Lawyers in the 2024 Best Law Firms Awards.
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Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. announces the recognition of eleven lawyers in the 30th edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Hurricane Ian’s devastating destruction path is expected to total over $40 billion in property damage claims.
Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. has won Tampa Bay Times' 2022 Best of the Best: People's Choice Award.
Florida has already seen four major hurricanes in 2021 - leaving many homeowners desperate for insurance payments that can help them rebuild their homes.
There are various types of property damage claims in Florida that can help you rebuild following the devastating effects of natural disasters and accidents.
Nearly every year we see significant hurricane property damage in Florida as hurricane season causes significant flooding and worse.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed Senate Bill 76 into law which will have a significant impact on homeowner’s insurance claims in Florida.
Roof damage from storms in Florida is not rare. Hurricane season can be a stressful time for homeowners who may face damage to their roofs.
Tropical Storm Eta made its fourth landfall on November 12, 2020 at approximately 4:00 a.m. just south of Cedar Key Florida. Upon landfall, Tropical Storm Eta had reported wind speeds of 50 mph, with gusts exceeding 50 mph. According to the National Hurricane Center, tropical storm force winds extended 115 miles from Eta’s center causing far reaching damage for thousands of unsuspecting Floridians.
During the days leading up to Eta’s Cedar Key landfall, meteorologists, storm modeling programs, and the National Hurricane Center had difficulty trying to forecast Eta’s projected track. Due to these difficulties, many of Florida’s coastal residents were unprepared for the storm surge and wind damage that actually occurred. With widespread flooding up and down Florida’s west coast and Eta’s tropical storm force winds causing windstorm damage, Floridians are left asking, “What now”?