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Are you forced into suing your own insurance company?

| Feb 8, 2021 | First-Party Property Insurance Claims

Insurance companies run a good racket. They sure are ready to rake in those high-priced premiums each month, quarter or year. But when it comes time to pay out legitimate claims, they are all too ready to throw up roadblocks that allow them to deny those claims.

If you are frustrated with this type of treatment and find it to be unfair, you certainly are not alone in your complaints. Here are some things you should know.

Floridians pay higher property insurance premiums

If you are a Florida property owner, your homeowner’s insurance premiums are likely some of the highest in the nation. Living on a peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico has many positives — and more than a few negatives. The threat of hurricanes and other weather disasters, as well as the propensity for naturally-occurring sinkholes to swallow up people’s property, is much higher than it is for most states.

When you don’t get what you’ve paid for

As a responsible property owner, you did everything right. You paid your homeowner’s premiums, added flood insurance, increased coverage as necessary to cover all potential damage from weather and other adverse events.

But when you filed your insurance claim after suffering a devastating loss or damages to your Florida property, you were shocked to find your claim denied for the flimsiest of reasons. Now, you are left holding the bag after the fat cat insurance companies left you twisting in the wind.

Fight back! It’s your right

If you are facing this familiar scenario, please know that you don’t have to fight alone. We can and will help you to do all you can to get your claim approved and the damage to your property mitigated. Please continue searching our website to learn more about how we can be of help to you.

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