Renegade Roofing is hosting a town hall event on Thursday, April 20 for Southwest Florida homeowners who suffered damage from Hurricane Ian. The event will bring together an expert panel of roofers, insurance adjusters, legal experts and government officials to provide information on hidden water damage, insurance claims, contractor verification, legal options and insurance law changes. The event will take place at Bonita Springs-Estero Elks Lodge, 3231 Coconut Rd., Estero.
SWFL-area homeowners affected by Hurricane Ian are grappling with insurance claims, absentee contractors and unfinished roofs heading into the 2023 hurricane season. In addition, new laws favoring insurance companies will make it harder for low- and middle-income families to get the money they are entitled to from their insurance companies.
These and other topics will be discussed at this important town hall event.
Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Rick Scott and Congressman Byron Donalds are all sending employees from their respective offices to City Hall to help homeowners affected by the hurricane.
This is an opportunity for homeowners to get the guidance and help they need during this difficult time. Attendees will receive advice on how best to protect and repair their homes ahead of the 2023 hurricane season and how to maximize their insurance coverage.
The schedule is:
17:00 – 18:15 — Meet individually with experts and employees
18:15 – 19:30 – Panel discussion where experts will provide important information and advice to help you protect your home and your rights.
Light refreshments are served as well as a cash bar.
For all inquiries, email email@example.com or call 877-443-3007.
For more information on the event go to www.eventbrite.com/e/hurricane-ian-town-hall-tickets 608896805737 ¦