Hurricane Sally made landfall early Wednesday morning

Posted at Sep 16, 2020

Hurricane Sally radar image, 9-16-2020People living along the northern Gulf Coast are dealing with Hurricane Sally as the storm made landfall early Wednesday morning. It happened at 4:45 am as a category 2 storm in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Sustained winds of 105 miles per hour and heavy rain brought catastrophic flooding to the Alabama and Florida coastal regions.

Immediately after landfall local news had reported power outages, road closures, and high water rescues as many residents were taken to shelters to ride our the storm.

According to WEAR-TV thousands of people had to be rescued from their homes in Escambia County. People living in the Perdido Key area were forced out of their homes due to heavy flooding.

According to The Weather Channel the storm is slow moving, which is "bringing prolonged impacts to the Gulf Coast."

Sill will have an experience CAT team in the impacted region that will be ready to work with property owners who will need to work quickly to rebuild, restore their business, and handle any type of insurance claim. Our team of adjusters, building estimators, contents appraisers, engineers, and accountants are advocates for property owners. Sill can guide our clients through the insurance claims process to.


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Our support staff is available 24/7, and our expert claims adjusters can help you recover from property damage or loss of business revenue due to a natural disaster. 

Sill Company is the nation’s leading public adjusting firm, always working exclusively for the policyholder and never the insurance company, with its primary charges of taking the burden of handling your insurance claim off of your shoulders while maximizing your claim, in order to allow you to get your business back up and running as quickly as possible.

Topics: HURRICANE DAMAGE, FEATURED

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