Get Ready for Hurricane IreneClore Law · Hurricane Irene is the first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic Season. It pound Puerto Rico and it tracking for landfall in the Carolina. More than 800,000 homes in Puerto Rico are without power. Irene has maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, according to the Center's 8 a.m. EST advisory. Irene is moving toward the west-northwest and this track is expected to continue over the next few days.The storm is expected to dump up to 10 inches of rain on Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, and eventually the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos islands. It's too early to tell what, if any, region of the United States will be affected by Irene, but the early forecast shows parts of the east coast of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas as potential areas of concern. Now is the time to review your hurricane precautions if you are living in these areas, urges the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS). The Clore Law Group has launch helpful hurricane preparedness resource to help minimize wind and water damage.
Hurricane Damage Estimate DisputesInsurance policies holder pay their due faithfully, yet often find it difficult to receive fair compensation when filing a hurricane damage claim. Insurance companies offer money quickly, in order to get the release from further liability. Distraught victims having just experienced a traumatic incident resulting in personal injury or property damage sign away their rights. You should consult an attorney before signing anything the insurance company gives you.
Charleston Hurricane Damage Dispute LawyersThe Clore Law Group is experienced in negotiating with insurance companies to get their client the maximum compensation per their policy. There are instances when the insurance company denies coverage, but more frequently it is a estimate dispute. Estimate dispute arise when the insurance company offers you an insufficient amount to replace or repair the damages. An adjuster may offer you $1,000 after your home's entire roof was ripped off during a hurricane. Should you refuse, they may send a second adjuster who will give a more discerning review of the situation and then offer you a larger settlement still woefully insufficient to replace the roof. Contact to Clore Law Group and leave the insurance negotiations to experienced attorneys.
Clore Law Group welcomes your questions about any issues concerning a serious personal injury, car accident, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, business tort, or workplace injury. If you have a viable claim, we’ll explain the legal process. Since consultations are always free, there’s no cost in learning your legal options.