As we speak, the Division of Monetary Providers (DFS) introduced that, as a comply with as much as final yr’s deployment of preliminary cost facilities to Southwest Florida as a consequence of Hurricane Ian, the Division of Shopper Providers will host three Insurance coverage Villages the week of Jan. 23 by Jan. 28.
The villages will function a chance for policyholders to fulfill with their property insurer in-person and work collectively to resolve excellent claims. Representatives from the Nationwide Flood Insurance coverage Program (NFIP) and greater than a dozen insurers are anticipated to be available to help insurance coverage customers.
Policyholders ought to carry as a lot documentation as they’ll, together with:
• A driver’s license or different type of identification (Passport/State issued ID)
• Insurance coverage playing cards and insurance coverage coverage info/documentation
• Footage or documentation of the property being claimed as a loss ensuing from Hurricane Ian
• Restore estimates
• Any extra insurance-related info that’s readily accessible.
Observe: As a result of area limitations, the insurance coverage villages will solely deal with insurance coverage related-issues and workers from different companies is not going to be current to help with different post-storm advantages. For extra info go to www.FloridaDisaster.org.
Insurance coverage Villages places and occasions:
Monday, Jan. 23 and Tuesday, Jan. 24
Charlotte County Occasion Middle
75 Taylor St, Punta Gorda
Wednesday, Jan. 25
Tringali Assembly Corridor
3450 N Entry Highway, Englewood (West Constructing)
No occasion on Thursday.
Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28
Florida SouthWestern State School
8099 School Parkway, A177, Fort Myers
All insurance coverage villages can be open from 9 a.m. to six p.m. EST.
Supply: Division of Monetary Providers