What We Do

Property Insurance Claims

When an insured suffers damage to their property, it can be a confusing and stressful time. Many assume that their insurance companies will be there for them in their time of need. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Most Florida insurers operate as for-profit businesses, and when they pay to repair your property, it affects their bottom line.

We represent clients throughout the state of Florida who have suffered a wide range of property damage, including hurricane, wind, hail, tornado, sinkhole, fire, mold, lightning, broken pipes, and vandalism. If your property has experienced damage and you have yet to report a claim, or if you have already been denied or underpaid for your damages, it doesn’t cost anything to retain our services.

Don’t walk away from your claim because of the hassle of dealing with an insurance agent or the insurance company rendering an unjust coverage determination. We’re here to bring the fight to your insurance company, and we only get paid if you get paid.

It is important to fully understand your rights as well as your insurance company’s obligations. Call today for a free consultation.

Bad Faith Litigation

Florida law obligates insurers to handle a policy holder’s claim in good faith. Specifically, an insurance company must properly investigate claims in a timely manner, be upfront regarding an insured’s rights under a policy, pay claims when reasonably required to do so, and fully explain the reasons behind a denial of coverage. These laws are in place to hold insurance companies accountable, and are necessary because insurers do not always operate in the best interest of the insured.

If your insurance company has handled your claim in bad faith and in violation of Florida law, you may be entitled to monetary compensation in addition to the cost of damage repairs. Contact us to set up a complimentary consultation to discuss your legal options.

Condominium Association Disputes

If you own or rent a condominium, your association has an obligation to keep the common elements functional so they serve their intended purpose. Common elements often include roofing systems, windows, drywall, balconies, pipes, electrical systems, and exterior finishes. The association’s failure to maintain or repair these common elements may result in damage to your individual unit.

If your property has been damaged as a result of your condominium association’s repeated failure to maintain common elements, call today to discuss the association’s obligations to perform repairs, and your right to compensation.

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