Renters Insurance Quotes for Florida Residents Now Quoted Online at Consumer Insurance Portal


Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 15, 2015

The state of Florida has increased in population in the cities of Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami over the past decade due partly to the influx of retirees and college students. The Insurance Pros company is now helping residents to find renters insurance quotes from FL companies at http://insuranceprosusa.com/renters-insurance.html.

The policies that a person has access to review and quote through the insurer tool for this year are supplied by Florida agents. Residents who rent apartments, single family homes or condos in the Sunshine State will now have an easier time when comparing and reviewing agencies for price data while using the connected quotation tool.

“Men and women who are without protection for valuables while renting a home can now receive protection that is affordable through agencies inside of our system,” said one Insurance Pros USA rep.

The FL insurers that are now helping to cover students, retired adults and working adults through renter policies also quote automotive and motorcycle coverage. The personal insurance protection that is now required statewide in Florida by all operators of a motor vehicle can also be quoted using the search database.

“We’re helping the public by offering more than one solution to obtain, compare or review insurers using our easy quote system,” said the rep.

The Insurance Pros company is planning to update the current design of its website to make room for additional insurers that will be added later this year. A new design is expected soon although consumers can still quote life coverage policies at http://insuranceprosusa.com/life-insurance.html.

About InsuranceProsUSA.com

The InsuranceProsUSA.com company provides access to insurers quoting plans of coverage through its open search portal daily. The company reviews and adds different agencies to allow the public better formats for comparing prices. The InsuranceProsUSA.com company now supplies access to home, health, business, renter, medicare and other forms of coverage American companies underwrite.







Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Warns Healthcare Costs & Other Costs are Going up for the Feds Being AWOL for the Toxic Chinese Drywall Disaster in Florida & US Gulf


(PRWEB) February 13, 2012

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “Because we are talking about hydrogen sulfide contained in the imported toxic Chinese drywall, we fear in a decade or so, exotic cancers, exotic pulmonary issues, or exotic neurological disorders will start popping up in former, or current families, that have lived in toxic Chinese drywall homes. In a decade or so, we also believe the healthcare costs associated with long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall will shoot up into the billions of dollars per year, in places like Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, and Virginia. Because, President Obama, and various federal agencies have never showed up with a plan, to help these current, or former homeowners, and their families, we think the toxic Chinese drywall disaster in the US Southeast just gets more costly each year.” According to a April 9th 2010 USA Today news article discussing proposed US Consumer Products Safety Commission remediation protocols, “The guidelines recommend that electrical wiring, outlets, circuit breakers, fire alarm systems, carbon monoxide alarms, fire sprinklers, gas pipes and drywall need to be removed.” The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “What part of this sounds good for a child’s health, or the health of a homeowner, a renter of a toxic Chinese drywall home, or their family members? If you are a HMO, a hospital, an appliance maker, or an insurance company does this sound good for your future business, in Florida, or the US Gulf? We know we can replace the microwaves, refrigerators, air conditioning coils, and smoke alarms. How do we replace someone’s child, who dies of cancer because they were exposed to toxic Chinese drywall off gassing hydrogen sulfide, in one of these homes, or condos?” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Aside from the obvious healthcare costs, what are the other costs associated with toxic Chinese drywall?

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “How do effected communities like Fort Myers, or Cape Coral, Florida, the North Shore of New Orleans, Conroe, Texas or other communities throughout Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, or Virginia ever recover, from the toxic Chinese drywall disaster, if it is never addressed by the federal government? In many to most cases we have observed, most homeowners simply walk away from their toxic Chinese drywall, home, or condominium, it becomes a foreclosure, the bank, or Fannie Mae, then simply resell the home AS IS, no disclosure about the toxic Chinese drywall. As soon as the new homeowner becomes aware of the toxic Chinese drywall, the home becomes a foreclosure all over again, or the current homeowner rents the home out to a renter-with no disclosure. Why have a US EPA? After three plus years of knowing about the toxic Chinese drywall disaster the US EPA has yet to come up with a uniform remediation protocol for fixing a toxic Chinese drywall house, and there are no mandatory federal disclosure rules? How is this a win for anyone?”

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “We guarantee the health effects related to toxic Chinese drywall off gassing hydrogen sulfide are going to be super bad for peoples health, including renters. Doubt us? Simply Google health effects to hydrogen sulfide. In the instance of renters, renting Gulf States homes, or condos, and not being told about the toxicity of the rental property, we fear a gigantic liability issue has been created for the landlord, and their homeowners insurance company. Once again, we think down the road, as severe health related issues become better defined with respect to toxic Chinese drywall, the liability to landlords, and their insurance companies, is going to be in the billions, and billions of dollars.”

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “At some point someone has to take charge of the toxic Chinese drywall disaster, and the sooner the better. We are not going to back down as a passionate advocate for victims of toxic Chinese drywall, it is an election year, and we will take care of our own. The Obama Administration, the US Congress, and a multitude of federal agencies need to take this disaster seriously, and there must be a meaningful federal response, that includes remediation protocols, health studies related to long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall, and mandatory disclosure to potential buyers, or renters of the presence of toxic Chinese drywall in a home, or condominium, in all effected states.” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.

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