Still Suffering from Irma?  Important FEMA Application Deadlines Quickly Approaching.

DISASTER UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE APPLICATION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, OCT. 31 Citizens may be eligible for unemployment assistance if they were unemployed as a result of Hurricane Irma, are not eligible for regular state unemployment insurance and need unemployment benefits and re-employment services. The deadline to apply for this assistance is Oct. 31. Assistance is available for weeks of unemployment from Sept. 10, …

Is It Time to Replace That Old Roof?

Not sure of the condition of your roof and worried that it may be time to replace it?  Sometimes a roof can naturally reach the end of its useful life without experiencing a roof failure. Spotting a failing roof before you have interior damage, leaks or mold could save you  a lot of money and hardship in the long run.   However, …

Maximize Your Insurance Settlement with a Public Adjuster 

Anyone who suffered damage from the recent hurricanes may want to consider hiring a Public Adjuster before contacting their insurance company. What is A Public Adjuster? A Public Insurance Adjuster is an expert on loss adjustment and the recovery process, and is employed by the policyholder not the insurance company. The Public Adjuster assists you, the insured, with their knowledge …

How to get FEMA Assistance and Avoid Scams

All Central Florida counties eligible for FEMA disaster assistance. If your home or business sustained losses from Hurricane Irma you can apply for assistance To apply, visit www.disasterassistance.gov or download FEMA App by clicking on Disaster Resources. The process can also be started via phone by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). The number is toll free and operational between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. …