2018 hurricane season predictions are out, and it could be another busy year for South Florida. According to experts, hurricane conditions are perfect to experience an above average amount of storms. In fact, researchers at Colorado State University have predicted fourteen named storms, seven hurricanes, and at least three major hurricanes. In a typical storm season, the shores of Florida see twelve named storms, six hurricanes, and two major hurricanes. Hurricane season starts officially on June 1st, but it’s never too early to take preventative tips from a property damage attorney in Miami.

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Every Florida resident should begin to prepare their families in advance, including supply packages and a disaster plan. Each disaster plan should come complete with perishable foods, water, emergency contact information, evacuation zones and checklists of what to take. Additionally, as a homeowner or business owner, you’ll want to be sure that your home is safe and able to withstand whatever strength winds and rain come hurling at your home. Precautions are easily done by having an inspector take a look at your roof, windows, doors, and more. Knowing that your home is secure can give you peace of mind, should you need to seek shelter or evacuate.

Homeowners and business owners can also install surge protection, remove loose debris, seal windows and doors, clean the gutters and drains, check for foundational cracks, and more. At Zipris LaValle PA, we helped many clients with their Hurricane Irma property damage claims and this year, and we can help you as well. We know that hurricane season is scary, yet, with our years of unparalleled experience and service, we can help you to retrieve your maximum settlement should damage occur. Whether you’re dealing with from property damage now or will be in the future, learn how a property damage attorney in Miami can help make your claim filing process more manageable.