Florida Condo Hurricane Assistance Lawyers
Hurricanes can have devastating effects on the physical condition of association property, association finances, and the personal lives of its unit owners and residents. Proper planning before a hurricane and intelligent decision making after a hurricane can make recovery from a storm a lot quicker and less painful.
At the Florida law offices of Glazer & Sachs, P.A., our lawyers are dedicated to helping Florida condominium and homeowners’ associations prepare for, and deal with the after-effects of hurricanes. We can help you weather the storm and help ensure that even if walls come down and roofs are blown away, your association will still be standing strong.
Contact a Florida hurricane assistance attorney today and let our knowledge and experience help you prepare for the worst, and then manage the damage after the storm passes.
Dating back to Hurricane Andrew in 1992, the attorneys at Glazer & Sachs, P.A. have experience in regard to numerous issues that are crucial to Florida associations and hurricane disaster management, including:
- Assisting associations in preparing budgets containing adequate reserve funding
- Establishing hurricane shutter specifications
- Assisting Boards with decisions relating to window replacement or repair
- Drafting rules and regulations for both absentee and on site unit owners during the hurricane season.
In addition, our firm has litigated numerous cases against insurance companies who fail to pay associations what they are rightfully owed in post hurricane damages. Our attorneys have experience working with insurance company adjusters, public adjusters, the appraisal process, the umpire process and mediation.
We have also handled lawsuits against contractors and/or manufacturers for failing to honor warranties or for performing faulty workmanship and have even represented unit owners against Boards of Directors who shirk their fiduciary duty to timely make necessary repairs so that the residents can get back in their homes and resume normal lives.
Florida residents and homeowners are constantly being warned about the next ten or twenty years being the most active hurricane seasons in history. Why not work with a firm whose attorneys know how to prepare your association for the worst and has the experience to address vital legal issues after a storm has passed?