Storm Damage Claims

Tampa Bay Storm expected to cause massive property damage

Tampa Bay Home Collapse After Powerful Storm

A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of Tampa Bay, but the larger danger lies in the massive wind energy field of the storm. Powerful gusts and tropical storm strength – and maybe even hurricane strength – winds are expected to hammer Tampa Bay and parts of Florida.

Gusts as high as 60 mph are already being felt, and coastal flooding is a real possibility.  

Treat this storm as you would a hurricane.

Take pictures of your home before and after the storm if possible.

Capture pictures and videos of any damaged sections of your home. This will help serve as undeniable evidence when filing your claim. Strengthening your damage claim will help increase your chance of receiving a high payout.

What type of damage can we see with the storm impacting Tampa Bay and most of Florida?

Gusts as high as 75MPH+ are possible.

Take a look at these images that were just sent to us from a Tampa Bay resident. You can clearly see damage to structures. This is a powerful and unpredictable storm that carries the possibility of massive damage.

Tampa Bay Storm Collapsed Home
Storm Damage in Tampa Florida
Storm damage in Tampa

We expect to see damage typically seen with a powerful tropical storm to a category 1 or 2 hurricane.

  • Coastal and localized flooding
  • Roof damage
  • Wind damage
  • Tornado damage
  • Damage to windows and doors
  • Damage from falling debris
  • Damage to exterior structures

These storms are proving to be unpredictable in behavior, and current weather reports show the storm being felt in Tampa Bay is part of a much larger string of storms sweeping through Florida and most of the East Coast of the United States.

Any storm with powerful winds and torrential rain carries with it the possibility to be harmful to properties and people. Stay safe and be alert!

What can you do if your home is damaged in a storm?  

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The first thing you need to do is act. As a policyholder in good standing, you have the right to file a damage claim with your insurance company to seek financial compensation for any damage your property sustains. 

This means you need to choose if you are going to file and fight the insurance company on your own or if you will work with a property damage attorney and have them fight the insurance company for you. 

Property damage attorneys generally collect a higher payout from insurance companies than homeowners who handle a claim themselves. 

If you find yourself dealing with storm damage. Work with a law firm that has a track record of helping homeowners. JT Law Firm represents homeowners dealing with property damage claims.  

Contact us today for a free claim review.  Call us at 855-585-2997.

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