Hurricane Isaias Claims

After a hurricane, one of the most important things that many people need to do is file a claim with their homeowner’s insurance, renter’s insurance, or other insurance policies in order to get paid for damages to their homes and properties. The World Meteorological Society has designated the name Isaias for use with a 2020 storm, and in the event that this storm is elevated to Hurricane Isaias, then you are may suffer damages that require you to file your own claims in order to get money to repair or replace the things that have been damaged or destroyed. 

You may or may not be aware of the fact that, although they are extremely simple to file, filing a hurricane damage claim is not the same as being certain to get the money that you actually deserve. In order to get the money that you are actually entitled to from your insurance policy, you will need to do additional work, which can greatly benefit from the support of a lawyer.

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Hire an Attorney Today For Your Hurricane Claim

Instead of needing to work directly with the insurance company in order to get compensation for your damages, hiring an attorney can be one of the most effective ways to reach a fair outcome. Your lawyer will be able to help you understand the ins and outs of your claim, including how to determine which of the things that you own are eligible to be claimed, how to value them, and more. Once the claims investigation has been completed, your attorney will then be able to help you negotiate a final agreement with the insurance company.

1-800-Injured is an attorney referral network and is an easy way to be connected with a lawyer in your area who is ready and willing to help you through your claim. As you are focusing on getting your life back on track after the damage of a hurricane, one of the last things you want to be doing is interviewing lawyers hoping to find the right one for you. When you work through our referral network, you can avoid the hassle and get right to your claim.

Read more below about hurricane claims in Florida, and contact us now to connect with a lawyer who can help you complete yours successfully.

Common Hurricane Claims in Florida

The following are just a few examples of the most common damages that are claimed in Florida following a hurricane. Contact us now to speak directly with an attorney about how to move forward with the best chance of a comprehensive payment that will help you repair and replace your property that is covered under your hurricane insurance policy.

Broken Windows

When your window is broken during a hurricane, not only is the glass ruined, but the things inside your home that are exposed to the elements are also destroyed as well. Filing for a broken window after a hurricane may go beyond the actual window and include all of these other items, as well.

Damaged Roofs

Damage to your roof can be extremely costly, especially in situations where a tree might fall on your ridgeline and cause structural damage, or if water penetrates through the protective layer and causes more damage to your home than just the roof itself. 

Electrical and Fire Damage

Downed power lines can be extremely dangerous, and when paired with high rains and flooding, can cause fires that can cause additional damage to your home, vehicles, and other property. 

Personal Property Damage

As mentioned above, there are many other things that can be damaged as a result of the initial damage to your roof, a window, a flood, fire, and other impacts of a hurricane. Cataloging these items and determining their repair or replacement values can be time-consuming and confusing. 


Flooding, like all other impacts of a hurricane, can cause serious damage that goes beyond the floodwater itself. When a building is flooded, there is a significant risk of dangerous mold forming once the water subsides, in addition to the countless other impacts that this situation can have. 

Fallen Trees

Falling trees are very common in high winds and hurricanes, but resolving the financial impacts that it causes are more complicated than you may initially expect. In order to get payment for the damage that a fallen tree causes, the insurance company will need to examine a range of details, such as the property that the tree was on and more.

Why Find an Attorney Through 1-800-Injured?

Filing your claim is simple enough, and can usually be done right from your insurance company’s website. However, do not confuse the simplicity of filing with the complexity of actually getting the money you deserve. When you hire an attorney, they will be able to work directly with the insurance company to ensure that every single dollar is accounted for and that you get the money you deserve.

Finding an attorney can be equally exhausting, but when you use 1-800-Injured, you can be connected effortlessly with a lawyer who is ready to take your case. The less time you spend searching for a lawyer, the more time you will have to work with them in order to get the money you need to repair the damages caused by a hurricane.