5 years after Wilma, South Florida struggles with insurance problems

Monday, October 25th, 2010 Catastrophe Property

Five years after Hurricane Wilma whipped through South Florida, ripping holes in roofs and insurance companies, the insurance industry is still picking up the pieces and dealing with new problems unrelated to the storm, and property owners remain frustrated by a lack of choices and ever-increasing rates. Claims for Wilma continue to trickle in this year, for damage homeowners say they have just discovered from the storm.

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