Hurricane Damage Property Claims
By now, we all know that Hurricane property damage can be devastating. ;At;Gerson & Schwartz PA, our Hurricane property attorneys are ready to assist clients affected by Hurricane Irma for all property damage claims and losses. Our law firm has 46 years of experience assisting ;clients with property damages claims. Our legal team is standing by to protect Florida property owners for getting fast and full reimbursement for insured claims and losses.
Hurricane Irma caused billions of dollars of destruction to homes, apartments, boats, commercial buildings, vacant land and business interruption losses across Miami, the Florida Keys, Marco Island, Naples and other areas of South Florida. Whether you live in Miami, the Florida Keys, or anywhere else affected in Florida, our Florida based hurricane property damage attorneys have the experience you need to assist you with your property damage claims today.
If Hurricane Irma damaged your residential or commercial property and you have insurance then it is vital to contact an experienced lawyer to assist you. ;Under Florida law, your insurance company owes a legal duty to fairly and promptly investigate the claim; and 2. the insurance company has a duty to pay the claim if it is valid.
You may have a claim against insurance companies for:
- Roof damage;
- Water damage
- Floor Damage;
- Destruction to Homes;
- Damage to personal contents
- Damage to Boats and Vessels
- Claims denial
- Claims delay
- Loss of use of home
- Loss of use of business
- Relocation Expenses
If an insurance company is not willing to fulfill their legal obligations then an insured should consult with an experienced hurricane insurance claim attorney. Under Florida law, insurance companies legal obligations must be carried out and require the insurance companies to act "good faith and fair dealing." Sometimes, this duty is referred to by hurricane property damage lawyers and courts as the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. It is called a covenant because insurance policies are contracts and contain a series of promises that parties rely on.
If you have been affected by Hurricane Irma it may be a good idea to engage legal counsel immediately. For more information on how we can help, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free at (877) 475-2905. Our property damage lawyers in Miami, Florida are ready to assist South Florida victims affected by Hurricane Irma. Contact us today for a free consultation.