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Due to Hurricane Irma, Gulfshore Insurance’s offices will be closed as of Friday, September 8th in preparation for the storm’s arrival. We will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.

Our 24/7 Customer Service phone line will remain open during the storm. Please call our main line at (239) 261-3646 or (800) 793-5238 for assistance.

Gulfshore Insurance will continue to provide updates to the community via our website, Facebook & Twitter accounts, and through media broadcasts as needed.

Dealing with the Aftermath of the Storm
In the event a loss occurs, you can report your claim directly to your insurance carrier. Visit the link below to obtain the necessary contact information. We recommend you print this list of claims phone numbers to reference in the event you are unable to access this information electronically after the storm has passed.

Report a Claim – Homeowners

Report a Claim – Businesses

Important Information Regarding Your Claim

Damage Assessment & Claims Reporting Reminders

  • Conduct an initial damage assessment
  • Take photos of any damaged property
  • Protect your property from further damage
  • Report your claim via the links above or by contacting Gulfshore Insurance with any questions
  • Maintain all receipts or bills


Warning! Don’t Become a Victim of Insurance Fraud! Do NOT Sign an AOB Contract!
An Assignment of Benefits is an agreement that transfers all insurance policy benefits and rights from you, the policyholder, to a third party such a contractor or repair vendor after damage has occurred to your property. An AOB is intended to help expedite the claims process and make things easier for the insured, but oftentimes, and AOB is fraudulently misused for repair vendors to seize control of the claims process with the intention of overcharging and inflating repair costs, often while keeping the insured in the dark. We recommend never signing an AOB and transferring your benefits to a vendor. If you have experienced damage from the Hurricane, please call your insurance company first or contact a member of our team. We are here to help!


While forecasts may change, we want to assure you that our Claims Advocates, Client Advisors, and Service Teams are standing by to assist you as needed. You can reach us at (800) 793-5238 or Please stay safe if you are in the projected path.