Let's face it, results matter. Ever heard of the phrase: "What have you done for me lately"? If so, then you get it. Results and how you go about getting them are the lifeblood for a successful lawyer and law firm. Since I have released this new website a short time ago, I have been making it a point (when time permits), to add results from actual case histories. The idea for this project is to let prospective Florida insurance claim clients know what they are in for when they make an insurance claim and what we can do for them.
Florida Insurance Claim Denial
Slowly but surely our list of actual case histories is growing. I just added a few more today. For the purposes of a Florida insurance claim, an astute observer should be able to notice a common denominator with the case histories. Namely, most if not all of the cited insurance claims were denied entirely by the insurance company with no volunteered claim payment. This was despite the fact that most of these claims had very open and obvious physical damages. Regardless of the presence of damages, the insurance company found ways in all of them to deny a claim payment.
Florida Insurance Claim Payment
The second obvious common denominator that should be observed from the case histories is the fact that we were able to recover claim payments on all of those cases even though there was a hard denial by the insurance company. They all took a lawsuit, time, hard work, and prodding, but the job was done.
Get Your Second Opinion from a Florida Insurance Lawyer
The lesson from all of this is that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. If you go home, quit, give up and accept the insurance company's denial as gospel, then you will get what you deserve which is zero. On the other hand, if you are bold, challenging, and mad as hell, then go ahead and hire a Miami insurance lawyer and see what we can do for you. A consult with us is not going to cost you anything but not seeing us is sure to mean that your insurance claim will remain denied and unpaid.
About the Author: Patrick Russell, Esq., has been a member of The Florida Bar since 1994 and is an experienced Florida insurance lawyer. Patrick started his insurance law practice more than twenty years ago when he represented homeowners and business owners for their Hurricane Andrew insurance claims. The purpose of this article is educational and not for the solicitation of legal services. The goal is to avoid the mistakes learned from the past, specifically those from previous windstorms. Knowledge is power. Information is free. Mistakes are costly. If you would like more tips on how to process your Florida insurance claim, Patrick can be reached at (305) 608-2977 or here.