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Boca Raton Florida Insurance Claim Attorneys Stand Ready to Fight for the Compensation and Support You Need After a Hurricane

When your insurance company fails to live up to their promises, we step in and protect your legal rights and financial future

Living in South Florida comes with many benefits such as seemingly endless sunshine and warm temperatures, access to the beach and endless outdoor activities and sports. Unfortunately, with these benefits also comes the potential for devastating losses caused by hurricanes. From June through November, Floridians are constantly monitoring the weather in the Atlantic Ocean and the dreaded cone of uncertainty that predicts where a storm is going to hit is part of everyone’s daily discussion.

Hurricanes have the potential to destroy property and cause serious damage that can have negative impacts long after the storm has passed. At Osborne & Associates Law Firm, P.A., our South Florida insurance claim attorneys aren’t afraid to go up against insurance companies that have unfairly denied, delayed or devalued your claims. We’re ready to investigate your claims, gather evidence to support your position and help you achieve the best possible outcome.

Helping you understand the types of homeowner’s insurance coverage applicable to hurricane damage

Before a hurricane ever strikes, it is important to carefully read your homeowner’s policy to understand exactly what type of damage is covered. A comprehensive insurance policy covers

  • Damage to or the loss of your home
  • Damage to other buildings or structures on your property such as detached garages, decks, fencing, swimming pools and pool cages
  • The contents of your home
  • Loss of the use of your home if you are unable to live there
  • Payments to third parties for liability or medical expenses

Insurance companies are known to utilize unlawful tactics to avoid paying full damages

Hurricanes damage nearly anything in their path and are known to cause billions of dollars in property damages. Wind and water damage are two of the primary causes of damage and lead to thousands of claims each year. Maintaining a full and complete insurance policy is meant to provide a sense of security for homeowners in the event of a devastating tragedy. Unfortunately, homeowners are often left with more questions than answers after a natural disaster.

By law, insurance companies are required to investigate and settle insurance claims in a timely manner. Delayed payments from insurance companies often leads to additional expenses that the homeowner must cover during an already financially emotionally stressful time. The Statute of Limitations regarding property damage claims resulting from a hurricane requires that the insured provide notice of the claim to the insurance company within three years from the date the hurricane made landfall or caused the damage. Trust our South Florida insurance claims attorneys to work diligently to help you get the support you need as fast as possible.

One of the primary methods employed by insurance companies to avoid providing full payment is by devaluing your home and the contents within. We work tirelessly to develop a strong case to support the full value of your home and property to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

Boca Raton’s premier insurance claim attorneys with the legal experience and knowledge you need to achieve maximum compensation for property damage

Hurricanes are a part of life in South Florida. Insurance policies are designed to protect property owners in the event of hurricane wind and water damage. When insurance companies fail to follow the law and leave homeowners without the financial support they need, the South Florida insurance claim attorneys at Osborne & Associates Law Firm, P.A. are here to help. To discuss your options during a free consultation, call us at (561) 293-2600 or send an email today. We serve clients throughout South Florida, including Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Broward County and all surrounding areas.

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