Community Update – August 2020

Community Update – August 2020

Have you heard the news? We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Association Adjusting, the one and only public adjusting company that exclusively serves community associations throughout Florida. Association Adjusting is a licensed and insured public adjusting firm led by Joseph “Joe” Connelly, an advocate for insurance consumers for more than a decade. We hope you’ll join us for a special webinar on Wednesday, September 16, to meet Joe and learn more about how to proactively prepare for the inevitable. Register here!

Additionally, did you know that September 10, 2020, is the deadline to file an insurance claim if your association experienced property damage as a result of Hurricane Irma? Read on for more information and please don’t hesitate to reach out to us should you need guidance. There is still time to act!

While there is lots of information on proactively preparing for a hurricane, there is often confusion as to what happens after the hurricane – particularly as it pertains to insurance claims. This month’s featured article, “Hurricane Insurance Claims for Condominium Associations” breaks it down.

Can your neighbor smoke on their outdoor lanais even if it impedes on your ability to enjoy your own outdoor oasis? Find out in “Is Second-Hand Smoke Leaving a Bad Taste in Your Mouth?”

A garbage truck leaks hydraulic fluid on your community roads, leaving behind permanent stains. Now what? Find out in “What to Do When a Vendor Damages Association Property.” explores this topic.

Proper enforcement procedure, and what can go wrong if it is not done, is the lesson of this month’s “THIS CASE: Dwork v. Executive Estates of Boynton Beach Homeowners Association, Inc.”