Your property has been damaged and you need money to fix it. Most likely, you’re going to turn to your insurance company for help. Why else have you been paying them, right?
Many property owners assume that their insurance company will simply shell over the money they request for damages to their property. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. Quite frequently, Insurers fight hard to give you the lowest possible payout so they can hold onto your cash.
Can they do that? Yes and no.
It’s not easy to fight back against an insurance company that isn’t paying enough to fix your property, they have lawyers, adjusters, and technical support working tirelessly on finding ways to deny or underpay claims. However, if you enlist the help of a seasonal property insurance attorney, it can be done. See here what property owners who chose Florida Professional Law Group to represent them in their damage claims have to say.
You Have Five Years to Reopen Your Claim
If you live in Florida, you have the ability to reopen a property damage claim and ask for more money. Of course, you’ll need a certain amount of documentation to make your case. You’ll also need an astute knowledge of how to negotiate with an insurance company.
Wish you had this knowledge last year when you initially filed your claim? Don’t worry. In Florida, you can reopen your claim up to five years after your property was damaged. You will face more challenges as time goes by, though, so if you are approaching the five-year deadline, act fast.
How a Florida Attorney Can Help
Don’t go through this process alone. Reach out to an experienced Florida property damage attorney who has the resources and the savvy to help you get the money you deserve. They’ll handle all of the paperwork, negotiations, and connecting with contractors who will give you a fair estimate of the damages. All you have to do is wait for the full settlement.
If you find a lawyer who works on contingency, you don’t even have to spend a dollar from your pocket.
Ready to get the money you need to fully fix your property? We’re here to help.