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As the resilient people of Louisiana seek to rebuild their lives after the devastation brought to their shores by Hurricane Ida, we at Vishio Forry seek to provide resources for all those affected by this storm. The resources below are a starting point but are by no means exhaustive.  Statewide Helpful Phone Numbers If you […]

Commercial property owners purchase commercial property insurance to protect themselves and/or their company from hazards such as fire, water damage, wind, lightning, theft, and/or natural disasters. Commercial property insurance offers similar, but often time more complex, protections to residential property insurance that many consumers may already be at least somewhat familiar with, but in many […]

Let’s start with the obvious – in the absence of negligence a building just does not collapse. Now, the not so obvious – determining the negligent and liable parties after a building collapses is a complex process. Many factors may contribute to lack of maintenance or construction defects that results in a building becoming structurally […]

Homeowner associations (HOAs) are responsible for maintaining residential communities, from shared pools and gyms to landscaping, siding, and roofs. HOA bylaws outline which homeowner responsibilities belong to the unit owner and which belong to the association. These responsibilities can differ from community to community, but generally, when shared community space is damaged, directors of the […]

Protect Policyholder Rights In Florida HB305, SB76, and the related companion bills will not fix Florida’s alleged insurance crisis. These bills are in the current legislative session and could go into effect this year. Lawmakers need to hear from policyholders NOW on the negative impacts of SB76, HB 305, and related legislation. Fill out this form […]

Florida is welcoming more new northern transplants than ever before, resulting in double-digit increases in both single-family home and condo/townhouse sales. Real estate professionals are pointing to the pandemic as motivation for many people living in high-taxed northern states making the move to save money and escape winter weather for good.  Single-family home sales in […]

Hurricane Sally Claims

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Surviving A Hurricane

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Post Hurricane Procedures Do not let your guard down. There are still safety hazards and dangers all around you. Use these tips for hurricane survival after the storm has left your area.   PROTECT YOURSELF & YOUR FAMILY Keep your hurricane supplies in a handy, accessible place. If anyone in your household was injured during [...]

A Storm Is Coming…

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This has been anything but a typical year, but in some ways, in the closing months, it will prove to be just like many others in the past for Florida residents, whether full-time or seasonal. We will get hit by a storm, or two, or three, or more, and Mother Nature will not be to [...]

Measuring Expectations In A Mediation

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Mediation and the Silver Lining From An Impasse  Mediation is one of the early steps on the path towards a potential settlement. A neutral individual, called a mediator, works with all parties as a discussion leader and facilitator to make the meeting more efficient (although he or she has no actual decision-making authority and no [...]