What to know about your property insurance ahead of Hurricane Ian (Video)

LEE COUNTY, Fla. (WBBH) – John Efthimion won’t forget what it looked like after Hurricane Irma blew through in 2017. In his Island Park neighborhood, homes looked like they were on islands. “This street was about a foot underwater at least, maybe a foot and a half,” he recalled. “We were lucky, the house is still there. No windows are broken or anything like that.” But,as it turned out, there was damage to Efthimion’s roof. “Dealing with my own insurance company wasn’t very difficult at all,” he said. “I made a phone call. They decided, yes, it needed

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