It's Hurricane Preparedness Week!


hurricane preparedness week banner image Living on the Gulf carries something we all have to be aware of is the potential threat of disaster by hurricane, potentially a tornado. But primarily, we’re worried about hurricanes here on the Gulf Coast. I want to encourage you in addition to taking the time to planning your escape route, to plan that you’ve got the proper batteries and to plan that you’ve got your loved ones taken care of.
In addition to the great information provided at the National Hurricane Center, I want to encourage you to take time to have the contents of your home properly documented so that in the event disaster does strike, you don’t then have to go to your home or insurance company and justify to them the contents of your house and the things that you’ve lost.
What better way to do it than by having a video where you walk through your house and go room by room, explaining on videotape — and ultimately to the adjuster if you’re hit by a storm — what’s in your house, the contents of your house and all the items that are contained. Doing that with just a simple walk through with a the video at least once a year is really the best way to protect your belongings in the event a hurricane or other disaster should strike your home.
Full Coverage Myth
There is no such thing in Florida as full coverage automobile insurance. After years and years of practicing personal injury law and helping hundreds of people after being injured in crashes, it became apparent to me that everyone thought they had full coverage insurance when in fact they did not.
In Florida, there are many different types of automobile insurance coverage. There are coverages called comprehensive and collision, which can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it is damaged in a crash.
There is comprehensive coverage that can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it’s damaged by a fire, theft or vandalism.
Additionally there is a coverage called personal injury protection that pays your medical bills and your lost wages to a certain limit without regard to fault.
There are also coverages called bodily injury liability and uninsured motorist coverage. As a result, I wrote a book called ‘The Ultimate Consumer Guide To Automobile Insurance Coverage in Florida’ to help people understand before an accident the types of coverage they need, to not only protect themselves but also protect their family. You can’t buy the insurance coverage you need after the fact. You’ve got to do it ahead of time and this book will help you prepare and protect yourself and your family. Please contact us today to receive your copy of this book in e-book format.
Doug Dykes
Living on the Gulf carries something we all have to be aware of is the potential threat of disaster by hurricane, potentially a tornado. But primarily, we’re worried about hurricanes here on the Gulf Coast. I want to encourage you in addition to taking the time to planning your escape route, to plan that you’ve got the proper batteries and to plan that you’ve got your loved ones taken care of.In addition to the great information provided at the National Hurricane Center, I want to encourage you to take time to have the contents of your home properly documented so that in the event disaster does strike, you don’t then have to go to your home or insurance company and justify to them the contents of your house and the things that you’ve lost.What better way to do it than by having a video where you walk through your house and go room by room, explaining on videotape — and ultimately to the adjuster if you’re hit by a storm — what’s in your house, the contents of your house and all the items that are contained. Doing that with just a simple walk through with a the video at least once a year is really the best way to protect your belongings in the event a hurricane or other disaster should strike your home.Full Coverage MythThere is no such thing in Florida as full coverage automobile insurance. After years and years of practicing personal injury law and helping hundreds of people after being injured in crashes, it became apparent to me that everyone thought they had full coverage insurance when in fact they did not.In Florida, there are many different types of automobile insurance coverage. There are coverages called comprehensive and collision, which can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it is damaged in a crash.There is comprehensive coverage that can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it’s damaged by a fire, theft or vandalism.Additionally there is a coverage called personal injury protection that pays your medical bills and your lost wages to a certain limit without regard to fault.There are also coverages called bodily injury liability and uninsured motorist coverage. As a result, I wrote a book called ‘The Ultimate Consumer Guide To Automobile Insurance Coverage in Florida’ to help people understand before an accident the types of coverage they need, to not only protect themselves but also protect their family. You can’t buy the insurance coverage you need after the fact. You’ve got to do it ahead of time and this book will help you prepare and protect yourself and your family. Please contact us today to receive your copy of this book in e-book format.Doug Dykes

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