Assessing insurance coverage after damage from Debby
At the beginning of each summer’s storm season, we’re often reminded of the dangers severe weather in Florida can bring. For some Floridians, Tropical Storm Debby has caused damaging flooding and winds. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Emily Burris spoke with Department of Consumer Services Director Tasha Carter about how go about filing insurance claims in the wake of damage from Debby.
That was Department of Consumer Services Director Tasha Carter. She says for more information or assistance, visit their website, myfloridacfo.com.
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