Florida Natural Disaster Insurance Dispute Attorney
You don’t have to live in Florida long before you come to understand the risk of a significant storm impacting your home, your car, your family or your way of life. Likewise, you are probably familiar with the unfortunate propensity in Florida for the ground underneath your house to open up and swallow everything you own. But you can be sure that the Florida natural disaster attorney’s at The Trial Professionals are experts at representing victims of these types of disasters.
Many of our attorneys have previously worked for the nation’s largest insurance companies before joining the firm, so they understand the inner workings of large insurance conglomerates and their often convoluted and intricate claims networks. You can be sure we have some of the very best Florida insurance dispute attorneys dedicated solely to prosecuting these types of insurance claims. Our clients need not worry about the claims process or their complicated insurance policies, as our dedicated team of legal experts will work with you to ensure that you receive the maximum available care, attention and financial support needed to put the pieces back together.
We represent clients throughout the state of Florida with their property insurance disputes, be they residential or commercial. Delays in the disbursement of insurance payments to Florida policy holders caused many to be literally homeless following past hurricanes. Policy holders deserve a streamlined and efficient claims process after such a disaster and need access to benefits payments immediately, so they can begin the process of repairing damage done to their home or business and replacing damaged property or inventory.
Insurance companies may dispute claims, depending upon circumstances particular to your policy or the damage done to your home or business. A policy may lack provisions for floods or so-called "acts of God." Claims that cite multiple types of damage i.e. fire and flood damage, may result in sections of the policy being legally void which can affect the amount of money available to a policy holder. An insurance company may make good on benefits payments, but may value the replacement cost for an item at such a reduced level relative to local pricing that the policy holder is left to make up the difference on their own. Additional ways in which benefit payments can be delayed or denied include disagreements over damage assessments, estimated labor hours needed to make repairs, and the proper appraisal amount for a piece of real estate.
If your insurance company is delaying or denying disbursement of payments as a result of a hurricane or other catastrophe, the Florida insurance dispute attorneys at The Trial Professionals can help you. Whether you suffered damage to your home or business in a hurricane, or as a result of any other event, and you are unable to secure the benefits you believe you should receive, contact us. We will schedule a free consultation with an experienced Florida homeowner's insurance litigation attorney. We are a committed partner with you in times of crisis and disaster and will be there for you whichever way the wind blows.