Whether it's health, property (commercial or residential), car, homeowner, or life insurance claims, all of these have one thing in common: you're owed compensation for a wrongdoing that was perpetrated against your property or your person.
When property is damaged as a result of someone else's negligence, the financial losses can be devastating. Whether it's a contractor that doesn't live up to their word and causes a home to become uninhabitable, damage to property sustained if a drunk driver loses control and plows across the lawn recklessly, or in the case of states like Florida, property damage sustained after a major hurricane such as Irma or Wilma, policy holders have the right to file a claim and receive compensation.
Insurance companies will attempt to deny claim after claim to honest victims of property damage caused by no fault of their own. Excuses will be made and ultimately a victim may feel they must "fight" the insurance company in order to obtain what's rightfully theirs. That's why our Florida Insurance Claim Lawyers are here to help.
The Florida Insurance Claim Lawyers at Shaked Law Firm have years of combined experience fighting insurance companies and obtaining multimillion dollar verdicts for our clients who have suffered extreme property damage due to hurricanes, the recklessness of another, or home repairs that have gone amiss.
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