If your community association has experienced property damage as a result of Hurricane Irma and you have not yet filed a claim, the deadline to do so is drawing near. Florida homeowners have up to three years after a hurricane makes landfall to file an initial claim, supplemental claim, or reopen a claim. September 10, 2020, marks that three year cutoff for Hurricane Irma, after which you will no longer be able to file a claim with your insurance provider.
If you are unsure if your community experienced damage from Hurricane Irma and would like to speak with an independent public adjuster, we would be happy to connect you to Joe Connelly for a complimentary consultation. Joe is a longtime advocate for insurance consumers and leads Association Adjusting, the one and only public adjusting firm exclusively serving community associations throughout Florida.
Contact Association Adjusting today for more information. There is still time to act!