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Why Use an Attorney To Resolve An Insurance Claim?

Disputes between an insurance company and their policyholders happen all of the time. This is especially true when speaking about property damage claims, as the cost of repairs can often be very high. While that shouldn’t be a factor in their decision, it's important to remember that your insurance company is a business and one that wants to pay out as little as possible to stay profitable. As the insured, you want to get the maximum reimbursement for your damaged…

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3 Signs that You Need a Fire Damage Insurance Claim Lawyer

Get the Help You Need for Fire and Smoke Damage Insurance Claims Few things are as stressful as dealing with fire damage to your home, but when you end up wrangling with an insurance company that doesn’t want to pay what you’re owed, an already difficult situation becomes all the more frustrating. To that end, here are a few signs that you need a lawyer to assist with your fire damage insurance claim process. A Few Indications that You Should…

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Fighting a Claim on Your Own Isn’t Easy

Why Would You Go It Alone?  In an ideal world, when a policyholder suffers damage to their property they will: file a claim work with their insurer to figure out the cost of repairs  get paid a fair settlement amount as specified by their policy so they can fix their property.  In the real world, this is not always the way things go. Often times policyholders are offered a settlement which is a fraction of what it will take to…

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Two Main Mistakes Commercial Policyholders Make Filing Insurance Claims

Commercial Policyholder Mistakes Can Lead To Harm Having a strong understanding of how corporate policy insurance claims work is important for any policyholder. There are many complex legal aspects to nearly any policy, which means that insurance companies always are getting advice from attorneys the moment they create their larger policies. Unfortunately, property owners seeking coverage often do not consult with legal counsel. Claims filed by a policyholder are often dealt with solely by an insurance broker or public…

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What Hurricane Property Damages Do Commercial Insurance Policies Cover?

There are major hurricanes and tropical storms each year that cause some type of commercial property damage here in Florida. Those who carry policies or own property often misunderstand what exactly they are getting from their insurance coverage. Even worse, sometimes, these policyholders are caught off guard by major gaps in their coverage following a storm. That is why it is always important to contact an attorney when facing some sort of major loss as a result of a hurricane.…

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What Should You Know if Your Homeowners Association Files an Insurance Claim?

You may not know it, but if you are living in a community managed by an HOA or condo association, then the insurance coverage which protects your property and building from losses is relatively complex.  This is because there is one policy, often known as a Master Policy, for the community which covers the buildings and common area, and another policy for your unit which covers your floors, drywall, and everything else contained within. Having the two insurance policies is…

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How An Attorney Can Help With Your Hurricane Claim

Homeowners throughout South Florida are still making insurance claims for damage from Hurricane Irma.  Many homeowners are just now discovering that their home suffered damages from the massive category 4 or 5 storm. All Florida Homeowners have just three years from the date of the Hurricane to make a claim for Hurricane damages through their homeowner’s insurance.  That means after September 9/10, 2020, Florida homeowners will be denied the right to file a claim no matter how strong the evidence…

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3 Things You Should Know About Condo Association Water Damage Insurance Coverage

The Challenges of Navigating Condo Association Insurance Coverage When you’re tasked with managing a condo association, you face no shortage of challenges, but one of the most difficult can involve issues pertaining to insurance. And since you’ve landed on this post, it’s likely you have a question that is specific to water damage. This can be a complicated matter, so let’s take a moment to clarify a few things. Information About Condo Insurance Coverage for Water Damage How soon…

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Your Premier Insurance Claim Dispute Resolution Lawyer

An Experienced Lawyer to Solve Your Homeowner Insurance Disputes Insurance problems can arise for any number of reasons. Perhaps your policy didn’t provide the coverage you need, or a claim was filed incorrectly or too late, or maybe your insurance company is simply acting in bad faith. Whatever the case, you need an insurance company dispute resolution lawyer to help get you paid what’s yours so you can get life back to normal. One Florida insurance dispute lawyer has a reputation…

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Getting The Most From Commercial Insurance Claims After Hurricanes

Even the lowest-intensity hurricanes can leave widespread damage across Florida. When the clean-up process begins, commercial businesses throughout the state also start to assess their damages, looking to restore their operations to normal as soon as possible.  Time is money, so every day that is relinquished to being shuttered after a storm leads to lost profit and growing ramifications on the bottom line. These consequences are only compounded by the sometimes difficult process commercial property owners must undertake when filing…

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