August 30, 2021

“It only takes one storm hitting an area to cause a disaster, regardless of the overall activity for the season. Therefore, residents, businesses, and government agencies of coastal and near-coastal regions are urged to prepare every hurricane season regardless of this, or any other, seasonal outlook.”  –  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 

Peak hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin has begun.  Hurricane season lasts through the end of November, with its peak running from mid-August to mid-October.  NOAA has doubled down on its initial seasonal forecast issued in May by announcing that the season will continue to be above-average.  In fact, you are probably well-aware that Hurricane Ida pummeled the Gulf Coast, leaving major destruction in Louisiana.  Search and rescue efforts have begun.  

If you’re on the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic Ocean, maintain your vigilance and storm preparation plans as August through October are our peak months for tropical cyclone development.  Nearly 90% of hurricanes occur after August 1st, and the statistics also say that nearly 95% of our major hurricanes occur after August 1st.  

August is historically the month the tropical Atlantic begins kicking into high gear.  Sea surface temperatures continue to climb across the Atlantic, and wind shear begins to decrease, which results in August seeing the biggest increase in tropical activity of the entire hurricane season. 

Strong winds, heavy rains, and storm surge can wreak havoc on a property (residential and commercial), causing roof damage, structural damage, water damage, broken glass, fire damage, business losses, and landscape damage, to name a few.  The property damage lawyers at Corless Barfield Trial Group maximize insurance recovery after a severe storm or hurricane loss for our policyholder clients.  We’ve secured half a billion dollars worth of case results for insureds.  

Corless Barfield Trial Group assists clients in all phases of their storm damage claim, from initial damage evaluation through litigation and appeal, if necessary.  Call 813-258-4998 as we’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

We provide free consultations, employ a team of experts, and will travel to you anywhere in Florida.  We can help you with an ongoing storm damage dispute or with filing a new claim against your homeowner’s insurance company.

As a Large Loss law firm, we have the expertise to handle multi-unit dwelling property damage claims associated with tropical storms and hurricanes, and help policyholders get the coverage they are entitled to under their insurance policy.  Put our 25+ years of exceptional negotiation and litigation experience and results to good use for you.  

The hurricane property damage claim attorneys at Corless Barfield Trial Group have extensive experience helping clients obtain full compensation from their insurers.  We will fight for your rights to receive costs associated with structural damage, property damage, and relocation as well as other business expenses associated with a tropical storm or hurricane loss.  If you have suffered damage from a storm and are unsure of the extent of your damages, the cost to repair, or the value of your insurance claim, call us at 813-258-4998 or email service@corlessbarfield.com.  

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