Commercial businesses such as shopping centers, office buildings, hotels, motels, retailers and restaurants were heavily impacted by Hurricane Irma and have been trying to get back in business since.
The South Florida Reporter said the Cheeca Lodge and Spa, a famous Florida Keys resort, just reopened in time for Easter Weekend on Friday, March 30 after more than 6 months and some $25 million of repairs and renovations since Hurricane Irma hit.
The resort took advantage of the reconstruction and included restoration projects beyond just fixing damages. Cheeca Lodge said they did not lay off employees that were hired before the storm. During the closure staff helped with recovery, a portion of the 50 percent of the Keys labor force that’s employed in the tourism industry.
While the Cheeca Lodge and Spa in Islamorada is up and running now, other businesses and people are still struggling. Call Insurance Litigation Group (ILG) for help getting through to insurance companies about receiving more funds and getting back on your feet again.
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If you have experienced an insurance loss from a hurricane, tropical storm or other major weather event, don’t be surprised if the insurance company’s first reaction is to claim that your damage is due to some pre-existing condition or assert that your claim is not covered under the terms of your policy or even cancel your policy based on recently-discovered “errors” in your application. But don’t worry. Experienced and aggressive attorneys from ILG are on your side and will advocate on your behalf to see that you get the benefits you are entitled to. At ILG, we take the time to analyze and interpret your policy and understand the full measure of damages available to you. We work with construction experts, restoration professionals and others to determine the facts.
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