Hurricane Irene Headed for OuterbanksMark Clore ·
Governor Perdue issued statements encouraging people on the east coast of North Carolina to head the hurricane warnings. The current project expect the Outer Bank to receive the worst of the storm, but wind, rain and storm surges are expected. Weather.com added an "EXTREME" threat level category from eastern North Carolina to southern New England. According to Hurricane Expert, Dr. Rick Knabb and Sr. Meteorologist, Stu Ostro, "this is a particularly threatening situation and it's best for people to be on alert." If projections are correct, eastern North Carolina will be impacted by Hurricane Irene Friday or Saturday.
Hurricane Irene PreparationResident of the coast of North Carolina are no strangers to Hurricanes. This familiarity often leads to underestimating the danger presented by such a powerful storm. The Clore Law Group licensed North Carolina lawyers offer hurricane preparedness tips and resources to encourage people to prepare for the worst. Those residents from Wilmington to the Outer Banks may be in for the worst storm in years. Wind and water damage are the most frequent hurricane damage claims by home owners. People living or owner second homes on the coast of the Carolina's prepare for these storms by insuring their property. Unfortunately, the insurance companies are often reluctant to offer reason estimates for the damage your policy covers. Don't sign any offer an insurance adjuster offer without first speaking to an attorney experienced in negotiating hurricane damage claims with insurance companies.
North Carolina Hurricane Claim LawyerThe Clore Law Group's attorney live on the coast and are licensed in both North and South Carolina. They know first hand how the insurance adjuster will arrive quickly on the scene, while the emotional stress of the property damage is at its worst. They'll make a lowball offer in your while you're at your weakest. Should you refuse, you'll get a second offer that will rarely cover the cost of repair or replacement. North Carolina Lawyers experience in hurricane damage claims will help you get the compensation your paid premiums should provide. Call the Clore Law Group when you receive the estimate from the insurance adjuster for repair from your hurricane damage. Your consultation is free and these NC lawyers only get paid when you do; there no cost for you to be sure you're getting a good deal.
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