Category: Sinkholes in the News

April 7, 2013 by Morgan Barfield

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March 27, 2013 by Morgan Barfield

Yet another sinkhole has opened in Seffner Florida. This one is just down the street from the second one that opened that we discussed previously because we represent that family. We also represent the homeowner of this new situation and it is interesting what we are seeing. Most notably is the fact that this homeowner…

March 14, 2013 by Morgan Barfield

buy argumentative essay Below is an article published on RiskandInsurance.com that includes commentary from our firm. Credit Steve Yahn, the author. When 37-year-old Jeff Bush was swallowed up by a giant gap in the earth when he was sleeping in his bedroom in his central Florida home in late February, his death spotlighted a natural…

March 12, 2013 by Morgan Barfield

Below is an editorial my partner, Ted Corless, posted on another website NewsMunchies.com. Its a good read. An image of the Earth giving way and swallowing Bruce Willis whole is the stuff of summer movie blockbusters.  Yet the way in which the powerhouse insurance lobby has made sinkhole coverage nearly obsolete in Florida is more…

January 31, 2013 by Morgan Barfield

Citizens occasionally has meetings to discuss the status of different claims they are dealing with. Sinkholes are usually the hot topic these days. During these meeting Citizens discussed several different aspects of the sinkhole claims. First, the volume of claims. It was disclosed that the number of claims received were down by 27% compared to…