In past Hurricane Seasons, weather forecasts were dominated by the “cone of uncertainty.” When a hurricane approached, residents constantly questioned how bad the damage to their home would be or whether their community would actually be hit by the storm.
According to the Miami Herald, the National Weather Service has developed a way to put an end to the uncertainty. They have developed a web page that provides hurricane forecasts city by city and, more specifically, block by block.
The new web page offers a map that activates once a specific area goes under storm watch. Residents will be able to find a reasonable worst case scenario of how the storm could affect them and their home. They could check back every six hours for new information from the Hurricane Center.
There are four major threats the map focuses on – winds, flooding from storm surge or rainfall, and tornadoes. It then provides residents with the potential risks they may face.
If your residential area is under a severe weather warning this hurricane season, don’t worry. We at Insurance Litigation Group are prepared to help you if your home or business sustains damage from the hurricane.
Our team has extensive knowledge in the field of insurance law. We can ensure that you receive the full and fair benefits you were originally promised by your insurance company.
Our experienced adjusters can handle roof damage, roof leak, pipe burst, plumbing backup, water damage, wind damage, mold, smoke-fire damage, lightning, hail, flood, theft, vandalism, or construction defects. We will help you determine what you are owed under your policy and will advocate on your behalf.
Don’t hesitate to contact us today for a free consultation in Florida.