HOLLYWOOD, FL (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Longtime South Florida resident, Edward Zebersky, Esq., is giving back to his hurricane-beaten community in the best way he knows how – offering residents free legal advice on the best way to handle their Hurricane Wilma insurance claims.
“Because of the enormous size of this storm, hundreds of thousands of South Floridians were impacted by Wilma – people all the way up in Palm Beach and right down through Miami. Some people lost everything. For Broward County especially, this was worse than Hurricane Andrew,” Zebersky said. “Unfortunately, some insurance companies are looking to take advantage of the situation.”
Zebersky warns, “This is the time that home and business owners need to be especially vigilant. It’s not uncommon for insurance companies to offer you less than what you’re entitled to, hoping that you’re not aware of your insurance policy limits. Adjusters will come out and lead people to believe that no more can be paid for the damage. Not knowing any better, most home and business owners just take whatever their insurance company offers them. It’s a shame. It’s wrong. People need to know they can challenge the amount offered, and frequently, get paid much more.”
Zebersky, who is the Florida Bar’s 2004 recipient of the Professionalism Award, and President-Elect of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, has prepared a Special Report for anyone who has any type of property damage from Hurricane Wilma.
The report is entitled, 12 Things You Should Know When Filing Your Hurricane Wilma Insurance Claim. It is free and will be sent to anyone who asks for it. Additionally, Zebersky will offer a free consultation to anyone who has questions about a hurricane claim that they have already filed, or plan on filing.
To receive a copy of the free report or schedule a free consultation, please call (954) 989-6333.
Additionally, Mr. Zebersky requests the media’s assistance in disseminating this free information to all South Florida residents. All media inquiries are welcome.