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Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida policyholders are accustomed to the threat and actual landfall of hurricanes, and the damage they can cause. In the wake of property damage caused by these storms, conflicts can arise between insurance policyholders and insurers over the terms of the policy and what damages it covers. Policyholders like you pay…

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During active hurricane seasons, residents along the coasts of hurricane-prone states are vulnerable to experiencing not just one, but multiple named storms. The deductibles for named storms and hurricanes is quite high, sometimes reaching 5% of a property’s insured value. A number of states have instituted laws that forbid insurance companies from charging these high…

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We are in the peak of hurricane season. Alabama, Louisiana, and Florida have already been hit a few times, and we’re in for a real problem with Hurricane Sally. The biggest reason that hurricanes are so damaging are the winds associated with these monster storms, but there are other hazards that make the storms damaging…

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Hurricane Sally might be a tropical depression now, but she’s still going strong. Multiple reports say that Pensacola had 30 inches of rain over the course of four hours, and the Panhandle has been overcome by flooding. Here in Mobile, things are bad: the historic oaks in Bienville Square took a beating, and the suburbs…

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We are right in the midst of hurricane season and it has been one of the most active on record. It doesn’t seem to be slowing up anytime soon either. In fact, Hurricane Sally is predicted to drop 30 inches of precipitation over the Gulf Coast, and over a matter of days. It’s a slow-moving…

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