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If your property was damaged during a recent storm, you may be entitled to Significant Compensation

  • Roof Damage
  • Broken Doors & Windows
  • Vehicle Damage
  • Water Damage
  • Interior Damage
  • Building Foundation
  • Uprooted Trees & Gardens
  • Decks, Pools & Garages

Insurance Companies Are Contractually Obligated to Pay Covered Losses:

Recent storms have caused billions of dollars of damage to both homes and businesses alike.

Unfortunately, many insurance companies have been treating their policyholders unfairly. We are seeing countless clients experience delayed payments, underpayments, and wrongful denials.

Ensuring you get what you deserve can be a difficult task. Many insurance companies resort to unethical bad faith methods, such as:

>  Claiming damage was not caused by the recent storm >  Delay the claim by stalling communication >  Blame damages on poor maintenance >  Claim that all information wasn't given when the policy was bought >  Wrongful cancellation of your insurance policy >  Damage was caused by flooding and not the storm - which isn't covered by     your homeowner's insurance policy >  Trying to make you an offer of less than you deserve
This entire process can get very frustrating. This is why you need an experienced policyholder lawyer to help you with your claim.
Get help you deserve with your insurance claim today.





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You May Be Entitled To Legal Representation Against Your Insurer For Improper Handling Of Your Insurance Claim
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If you believe your insurance company is wrongfully delaying, underpaying, or denying your insurance claim.

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Under the law, you are able to hire your own lawyer to represent your rights. Insurance companies have defense lawyers on retainer to do nothing but support decisions made by the insurance carrier - regardless if their decision was right or wrong. Don't hesitate to hire someone who will fight for your rights!

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According to the law, insurance providers must act in good faith and decide to pay your claim or not in a prompt and timely manner. Further, once your insurance carrier decides to cover your claim they must pay quickly. Don’t let your insurance carrier wrongfully stretch out your claim too long - if they do so they may be in violation of the law.

Get Qualified Legal Help

Under the law, insurance companies must give you detailed reasons they are delaying claim, underpaying your claim, or denying your claim. If your insurance company doesn't do this, or the reasons seem fishy, they could be violating the law. Hiring a qualified policyholder lawyer to negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf can tremendously increase your odds of getting your insurance claim paid.

Have You Experienced Any of These Acts by Your Insurance Carrier?

Citing preexisting damage prior to the storm, to avoid paying you

Delaying investigations or paying your insurance claim

Wrongfully denying you payment for repairs you need by saying the repairs are unnecessary

Telling you your damage is not covered under your insurance policy

Trying to pay you much less than what your damage really is

According to national media outlets, recent storms have caused more than $1 billion in damage to properties throughout the United States.

Insurance companies are tightening their belts considering the current economic climate. This means they are generally doing more to delay, underpay, and deny legitimate insurance claims.

Don’t be a victim of the insurance company bad faith tactics - get what is owed to you under your insurance policy - you are entitled to payment for your loss.

Some Insurance Companies Make It A Practice To Purposefully Avoid Paying Their Policyholders

If you (or a loved one) have recently been impacted by a storm event that caused damage to your property now is the time to see counsel from a qualified insurance attorney.

You may be entitled to significant payment for your loss.
Our law firm has built a reputation of recovering tens of millions of dollars for our residential and commercial property owners.


Improperly denying claims

Applying fictional exclusions

Denying payment for repairs they deem unnecessary

Low balling property values to reduce payouts

Underestimating repair costs by ignoring post-storm market conditions (increased labor & material costs)

Threatening a policyholder with higher premiums/deductibles

Unjustifiably delaying claim adjustment

Disregarding damaged items you have submitted to the insurance company for reimbursement

Here are a few more red flags to look out for:

Misrepresentation of the meaning or terms of the policy

Failing to reinspect the property

Refusing to produce reports

Delays in the issuance of settlement checks

Not paying the full amount of money owed

There is ZERO up front cost to contacting our law firm for a consultation. Your consultation is 100% FREE of charge.

In the event we successfully resolve your case with your insurance carrier, we will be paid a contingency fee for our services. You will never owe us a penny unless we recover for you.

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