$44.8 Billion in Profits for Insurance Companies! So where’s the money for...

$44.8 Billion in Profits for Insurance Companies! So where’s the money for the Katrina Victims of South Florida?



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Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–August 25, 2006–The one-year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is this August 25th. The storm that left more than a million in the dark and billions of dollars in damages is still causing nightmares for South Floridians. Thousands of frustrated and angry policyholders are wondering when they will see the end of the blue tarps, the mold and the further deterioration to their homes and businesses.

Hispanics especially have felt the repercussions of the language barrier when dealing with their insurance companies. Marking the anniversary of Katrina’s landfall, Hispanic hurricane victims will have the opportunity of receiving Free Legal Advice from the Nations Leading Expert in Natural Disasters during a three day event at the Mall of the Americas.

“Justice After the Storms 2 “ as it is now known, is sponsored in part by many local community leaders and non profit organizations. Florida’s Blood Centers, South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Project H.O.P.E, ACORN and many Spanish media partners alike have embraced this noble cause.

Alan Garfinkel founder of Garfinkel Trial Group, a frequent legal expert on the Network News circuit will bring his team of former insurance lawyers and case managers in an effort to help those who are still in dyer straits with their insurance company. Mr. Garfinkel, a civil lawyer who has devoted his legal career to Natural Disaster Relief has published numerous articles on insurance and has lectured extensively on Natural Disaster Law. He is admitted and qualified by the Supreme Court of the United States and was awarded the prestigious AV – Rating by Martindale – Hubbell, the world’s oldest lawyer rating publication.

Justice After the Storms 2

Location:

Mall of the Americas

7827 B. West Flagger St.

Miami, Florida 33144

Dates:

August 25, 26 & 27th (10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.), Sunday (11:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.).

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$44.8 Billion in Profits for Insurance Companies! So where’s the money for the Katrina Victims of South Florida?