Wind storms are generally accompanied by heavy rainfall, tropical storms, and hurricanes can lead to devastating consequences to the interior and exterior of your property. It can be extremely frustrating to have complied with all your homeowners' insurance premiums, timely filed a claim, and complied with all of the insurance provisions to only receive a denial letter in the mail. This is why you need a competent and strategic Florida insurance claims attorney to handle your claim.
Even if your claim was not denied entirely, you may still disagree with the amount that your insurance company has offered to pay you. The most important step you can make today is to speak with a licensed Florida attorney about your rights.
Unfortunately, many clients come to us seeking representation after accepting a settlement offer from their insurance company. Settlements are binding, which means that once it has been accepted, you cannot file suit or challenge your property claim against your insurance carrier. For these reasons, at FPIC we urge you to contact us today so that we can help assess your case and strategize your options so that you obtain a fair compensation for your property damages.
If your insurance company denies your claim, they must not act in "bad faith" which means that they must have a legitimate, non-arbitrary reason for their denial. Just because your claim was denied does not mean it is the end of the matter. In fact, it is only the beginning to obtaining the maximum compensation for your expenses incurred as a result of a wind storm. Our team of experts and attorney are experienced in helping clients recover after receiving a denial letter from their insurance.
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