In the aftermath of any type of large and dangerous weather event, there can be a wide and unpredictable range of destruction left behind that many home or property owners may never have experienced before and aren't quite sure how to deal with. When this occurs, how do you sort out who, if anyone, is liable for the damage that occurred?
According to a recent article in the Orlando Sentinel, the El Niño pattern this winter could result in severe storms in Central and Southwest Florida. Indeed, as the article emphasizes, "Floridians should brace themselves for a wet and wild winter, all thanks to El Niño." In case you do not know about El Niño and the ways in which these weather patterns can impact Florida, the primary fact to know is this: a strong El Niño can bring serious thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hailstorms to our typically sunny state. And according to the article, "this year's is one of the strongest El Niños on record." How can you protect your home from hailstorm damage?