Insurance Coverage Disputes
You may find that you have a valid claim and the insurance company you rely on denies the claim or offers insufficient compensation for the loss you have suffered. If you are being mistreated by your insurance company, do not just give up and bear the burden of loss on your own. Insurance companies do make mistakes, and sometimes act in ways that are detrimental to you or your business. The South Florida insurance coverage dispute attorneys at DRG Firm are here to assist you.
Oftentimes policyholders disagree with insurance companies about what situations are covered under their policy. Keep in mind that the insurance company is running a business. It is in their best interest to pay out as little as possible, and they have attorneys on their side. Whether your claim was denied even though it is obvious under the terms of the policy that it is valid, or your coverage was misrepresented to you at the time of purchase- our Fort Lauderdale claims assistance attorneys are here to negotiate on your behalf.
If you have a claim you believe is valid and your insurance company disputes coverage, you should have a qualified insurance law attorney to assist you. The Miami-Dade insurance dispute attorneys of DRG Firm will look over your policy and explain all of your options. It is our goal to get you the best result possible.
Some insurance companies go as far as to act in bad faith and look for ways to deny valid claims. Policyholders lose out on millions of dollars every year due to insurance fraud and scams. Your insurer may challenge your claim simply because it would be expensive for them to pay. It is important that you contact a Broward County insurance coverage dispute attorney to avoid jeopardizing your case. We cover a multitude of homeowner claim disputes including, but not limited to: fire loss, hurricane (windstorm) claims, water damage, sinkhole claims, and plumbing losses.
If your insurance coverage is being disputed there is a specific process that must be followed to resolve the disagreement. Insurance law can be complicated, especially if you are not well-versed in insurance policy interpretation. You may appear to have coverage in the predominant part of your policy only to find it is excluded or limited later on in the contract. Likewise, coverage you do not think you have may be endorsed in the document. It is the language of your policy that will determine if your claim is covered, limited, or partially excluded. Your insurer may interpret the policy using a definition that is not contained in or defined by the policy. They may also make the mistake of using outdated court authority that is no longer applicable law.
We can help you determine if your claim has been wrongfully denied, or your insurer is avoiding paying you what you are owed. Our experienced Miami claims dispute attorneys can interpret your policy, communicate with your insurer, and if need be litigate on your behalf. An initial consultation with the South Florida claims dispute attorneys of DRG Firm will be provided free of charge. Our staff is eager to help you and can be reached at (888) 413-8353. Let us help you make sure you get the compensation you deserve.