Articles Posted in Hurricane Season

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Hurrican-Photo-225x300As Hurricane Irma approaches we encourage our friends and clients to prepare for the storm and wish for everyone’s safety.

Following are some important numbers to keep with you during and after the storm:

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS:

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Hurricane-Horizontal-300x225Hurricane Irma continues to threaten Florida in the upcoming days. As many of us run around trying to get our home and families ready for the storm, it’s equally important to have your hurricane insurance matters in order.

This is the time to review your policy and prepare in case you need to file a claim. Following are some important reminders:

•Take still pictures or videos of your house and personal belongings to insure there is no doubt as to what you owned before the storm.

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Erick Santana & Michael CecereThis year’s Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be the most active since 2012. In light of this, attorneys at Cecere Santana, which focuses on cases relating to property damage and personal injury, stress people be prepared to protect not only themselves, but their assets.

“People need to prepare now,” said Erick Santana, a founding partner at Cecere Santana. “First and foremost, have a plan to protect you and your family. Don’t wait until it is too late to secure water, food and safety supplies. Once a storm begins, stay inside and ride it out.”

In regards to insurance and protecting assets in the event property is damaged or destroyed by a storm, attorney Michael Cecere lists the following three tips:

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First and foremost, have a plan to protect you and your family. Don’t wait until it is too late to secure water, food and safety supplies. Do it now. Second, your home and personal property are important and cherished assets. If you have done all you can to protect your property before a hurricane, you have little control over the damage that is done by the storm. Therefore, once the storm begins, stay inside and ride it out.

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Following is a list of things you should do to protect your assets in the event your property is damaged or destroyed by the storm:

1. Be prepared to document a claim before it occurs.

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