Home Insurance Claims Attorney

The safety of your home is vitally important as a homeowner, which is why having homeowners insurance is a must. Securing your home against damage, both natural and accidental, is what the home insurance industry is built on. Unfortunately, there are certain circumstances, where after years of paying insurance premiums, you may need to file a claim for something that went wrong. Residential properties encounter a wide variety of issues, from water damage, roofing issues, natural disasters, and more.

 

Types of Insurance Claim Cases

 There are times where claims are submitted and paid, as intended. However, there are many more circumstances where the insurance companies aim to mitigate their losses at your expense.

  • Roofing Claims
  • Water Damage
  • Mold Damage
  • Hail Damage
  • Flood Damage
  • Fire Damage
  • Hurricane Damage

If you had a claim denied based for any of the above-listed circumstances, an insurance claims lawyer can help provide the guidance and support you need.

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Denied your claim?

Having a professional insurance claim lawyer on your side can be the difference between full replacement of your damages or you spending money out of pocket to restore your home. The insurance companies are not evil or even trying to “get one over on you,” but they are in the business of making profit and minimizing claims is one of the ways they can make money. If something happens to your home and your insurance company doesn’t cooperate, try not to take it as a personal offense and get serious about defending your position with our Homeowners Insurance Lawyers at Sunshine State Law Firm.

Our homeowners insurance lawyers will look into your specific case and coverages for you, sharing with you all of the vital information that you need to know. What is covered? What can you do if there are damages? How do you recoup the money spent on restoring your home from damages that were insured? Our attorneys will walk you through all these questions and more, so you have a firm understanding of the types of valid claims you can make of your insurance company and how much money your claim is able to pay out, allowing you to replace, restore, and rebuild, as necessary.