Insurance village in Blountstown Friday
Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis will host an insurance village in Blountstown Friday.
Patronis' office says 22 of the top insurance companies have confirmed to be on hand to help people with Hurricane Michael claims and more companies could be added.
This insurance village is in partnership with Senator Bill Montford.
The insurance village will be Friday, November 15th, from noon to 4 p.m. Central Time at Rivertown Community Church, 19359 Highway 71 North.
"I am dedicated to ensuring the Panhandle recovers and rebuilds from the devastation of Hurricane Michael," Patronis said. "If you’ve had issues getting your insurance claims settled, this is the perfect opportunity to get in-person assistance.”
“These communities have come so far but still have so much further to go," Montford said. "I encourage anyone still having trouble with their insurance claim to come to this insurance village and get the answers you need to move forward.”
The department asks you bring a driver's license or other form of identification, insurance cards and policy information, pictures or documentation of property, and any additional insurance-related information.
CFO Patronis’ Division of Consumer Services will be joined by American Integrity Insurance Company of Florida, Castle Key Indemnity Company, Castle Key Insurance Company, Family Security Insurance Company, FedNat Insurance Company, First Protective Insurance Company, Florida Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company, Florida Farm Bureau General Insurance Company, Frontline Insurance Unlimited Company, National Fire & Marine Insurance Company, Olympus Insurance Company, Omega Insurance Company, Safe Harbor Insurance Company, Security First Insurance Company, Tower Hill Preferred Insurance Company, Tower Hill Prime Insurance Company, Tower Hill Select Insurance Company, Tower Hill Signature Insurance Company, State Farm Florida Insurance Company, U.S. Coastal Property & Casualty Insurance Company, United Property & Casualty Insurance Company, and Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company.