The latest Hurricane Irma Claims Data from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation show that so far, 853,356 damage claims have been made across Florida, with insured losses totaling more than $6 billion. According to insurance companies, almost 75% of the claims filed have been closed.
If you’re one of those Florida property owners whose claim has not yet been closed satisfactorily or who has not yet filed a claim, help is available. At Malik Law, we’re working overtime to help clients get compensated fairly for damages to their property from Hurricane Irma.
Filing a claim can be difficult and time-consuming, but it’s just the starting point in dealing with your insurance companies. To try to make sure your claim is being handled, you also need to contact your company representatives often and ask for updates.
Furthermore, it’s important that you pay close attention to their explanation of the issues and respond appropriately. Whether they deny or limit payment based on deductibles, say you are not covered for specific types of damage, or give reasons why they will not cover your repair or replacement costs, you need to understand your rights and fight for what you deserve.
Most people are overwhelmed by this process, but you don’t have to be. The experienced hurricane damage attorneys at Malik Law can deal efficiently and effectively with your insurance companies. They understand the language of insurance policies, and they know how to talk so insurance companies listen.
December is a busy time of year, but hopefully not too busy to take care of damage to your property from Hurricane Irma. If you have not yet filed a claim with your insurance company, do so as soon as possible to start the process of getting compensated for the damage you’ve experienced.
For help with your claim or with understanding your insurance policy, call us at 407-500-1000 to talk with an experienced insurance claim attorney.
If you have already filed a claim and are not entirely satisfied with your insurance company’s response, contact us as soon as possible at 407-500-100 or online so we can help you get the results you want.
If you need assistance, please call us at 407.500.1000 or submit the “tell us what happened” form on our website. We are here to protect your rights and are available to help you during this challenging time. Our office remains open and our staff are all working hard on existing cases as well as any new matters.
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