Appeals Court Sides With Insurer In Hurricane ClaimIn a dispute stemming from Hurricane Jeanne in 2004, a South Florida appeals court has rejected condominium owners' arguments that they sustained tornado damage --- not hurricane damage.
Sandy's Aftermath Will Affect Us All As residents of New York and New Jersey struggle to recover from Hurricane Sandy’s deadly trip through the Northeast, it may be a while before the total dollar loss is known.
President Obama To Tour Jersey Storm DamageThe death toll from Hurricane Sandy has risen to at least 55 people. The superstorm spread damage and destruction from the Carolinas to Maine and it is still dumping snow and rain on many parts of the country.
Hurricane Sandy Pounds Bahamas After Killing 29 In CaribbeanHurricane Sandy is being blamed for 29 deaths across the Caribbean.
Citizens Holds Forum In Miami Over Rate HikesCitizens’ Insurance customers in South Florida have a chance to have their voices heard about a proposal to raise rates.
Fla. Hurricane Fund Has $3.2 Billion ShortfallThere's a storm brewing over the state of Florida's hurricane fund which is confronting a potential $3.2 billion shortfall, financial experts said Tuesday in a new estimate of the money available to the pool intended to help insurers make disaster payments.
Florida's Hurricane Fund May Run Short If Disaster StrikesIf Florida were to experience a major hurricane, the state may not have the funds to pay off all the claims.
Hurricane Aid Tied To Federal Budget CutsSouth Florida still hasn’t passed the peak of hurricane season, but if a major hurricane does hit the state, aid from the federal government may not come fast.
Counties Offer High Tech Help After The StormAs we enter what is usually the most active time of the annual hurricane season, emergency management officials in Broward and Miami-Dade want the public to know to there is a high-tech tool they can use to report damage to their homes after a storm.