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Don’t Forget About the Flood Insurance

Hurricane Sally brought 6 ft. of storm surge and flooding of up to 30 inches when it came ashore along...

Hurricane Season Isn’t Over

2020 continues to be a record breaking hurricane season. We're well into the Greek alphabet with another month to go...

Your House May Be Covered, But What About Your Belongings?

Many Gulf Coast residents are trying to put their lives back together after the devastation brought by Hurricane Laura &...

We’re Not Out Of The Woods Yet

This hurricane season has been historically active. Although we’ve had a few quiet days, the season runs through November 30,...

Filing Insurance Claims Following Hurricane Michael

Through the course of representing policyholders in first-party property insurance claim disputes, they often ask about the insurance carriers’ claims...

Florida Homeowner Bill of Rights – What it means, and what you need to know:

By Adry Polo, Esq. & David J. Moscoso, J.D. Candidate 2018 Your insurance company must comply within 14 days: In...

More Unlicensed Contractors Arrested in Bay County

BAY COUNTY, Fla. - The Bay County Sheriff's Office and the State Attorney's Office, 14th Judicial Circuit announced Friday November...

How can one of our Attorney’s Help You File a Claim Dispute After Irma?

By Jose I. Carrillo, Esq. At Gimenez & Carrillo, LLC., our attorneys understand that dealing with an insurance company can...

Preparing for a Hurricane: Helpful Tips for Boat and Yacht Owners

By Angel Gimenez, Esq. and Ariel Peralta J.D. Candidate 2018 As we Floridians well know, a powerful hurricane, resulting from...