The Next 24 hours are Critical!

The Next 24 hours are Critical!


Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–August 29, 2006–Natural Disaster Legal Expert Alan Garfinkel, is warning last year’s hurricane victims to photograph the present conditions of their homes NOW before further damage occurs from Ernesto. Financial recovery from last year’s disastrous hurricane season will largely depend on how well you have documented your claim. When another storm hits South Florida and causes further damage to your home or business, insurance companies will systematically begin the blame game and delay payments even further.

Make sure to take clear photos of your walls if any water stains are evident, carpeting, tile, appliances or any other visible damage sustained from Katrina or Wilma. Take a look inside your refrigerator and write down everything you have in case a loss of power occurs. Before and after pictures will help you recover any financial loss due to another storm. Take your insurance policy and store it in a safe, dry place in order to process your claim if needed. If you still have a blue tarp on your roof, it’s not safe, even in a tropical storm, so please seek shelter.

These words of wisdom are intended for those who are still suffering from insurance anxiety. This past weekend, Mr. Garfinkel and his staff were present at a hurricane rally sponsored by Florida’s Blood Centers, Project H.O.P.E and other community leaders at the Mall of the Americas. Many attended this event in order to receive a free second opinion from the nations leading legal expert in natural disasters, Alan Garfinkel. Unfortunately, we are still witnessing the aftermath of an insurance industry whose primary mission is to underpay when possible.

Alan Garfinkel founder of Garfinkel Trial Group, a frequent legal expert on the Network News Circuit 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 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.

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The Next 24 hours are Critical!