Insurance Claims Representation From An Experienced Legal Team
If your home or business has been damaged by a storm, water, wind, fire, mold, or sinkholes, you expect that your insurance company would provide the relief you need. However, all too often, the insurance claims of these home and business owners are improperly delayed, improperly denied, or significantly under-paid. You need someone on your side to fight for the compensation you are rightfully owed and hold the insurance company accountable for their obligations under the insurance policy.
At no upfront charge to you, the experienced attorneys at Busciglio Sheridan & Schoeb, P.A. will thoroughly review your case and provide guidance through every step of the process. Our attorneys know what questions to ask, what policy provisions to look for, and will gather the necessary evidence to support your claim. We recover nothing unless you win.
We want to make this process as easy as possible for you. You diligently and timely paid your insurance premiums, now it’s the insurance company’s turn to hold up their end of the bargain – and we will fight to make sure they do.
Steps you should take when your home or business has sustained damage
Immediately report the claim to your insurance company.
Make a list of all damages and take photographs and/or video of the existing damage.
Take steps to protect your property from further damage.
Save all documents exchanged between you and your insurance company.
5. Keep a record of all communications with your insurance company including date, time, the person you spoke with and subject of the communication.
6. Save all receipts and/or estimates related to the damage and/or repairs.
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