Who is entitled to compensation from the insurance company after an accident or property damage?
When property is damaged as a result of someone else’s negligence or due to natural disaster, the financial losses can be devastating for a family. Whether it’s a contractor that doesn’t live up to their word and causes a home to become uninhabitable and a family without shelter or the damage caused to property is sustained by a drunk driver who lost control and plowed across the lawn recklessly. In the case of southern states like Florida, property damage is often sustained after a major hurricane such as Irma or Wilma. All of these occurrences have one thing in common: policy holders have the right to file a claim and receive compensation owed to them.
Insurance companies, however, will play the game of Deny, Delay, Don’t Pay.
What is Deny, Delay, Don’t Pay?
The insurance companies will not make a victim’s claims process easy. That’s their job, and their schoolyard bully tactics will never be tolerated by an experienced lawyer; that’s why it’s important not to attempt to battle the insurance company alone. The game of Deny, Delay, Don’t pay can go on for months or years without proper legal representation and nothing will ever be resolved. It’s never in the best interest of victims who have suffered property damage to attempt to fight the insurance company alone. The end result will always remain the same: the compensation will not be paid, and the victim and their family will be left with little recourse to recoup the cost of property that was damaged by no fault of their own.
This is not the way it should be! Our Insurance Claim lawyers at the Shaked Law Firm have years of experience when it comes to pursuing the insurance companies on behalf of victims who have seen their valuable property suffer extreme damage through the negligence of another, or through Florida’s unpredictable weather. Our Insurance Claim lawyers have recovered multi millions of dollars for our valued clients. We fight from Day One. From consultation to courtroom, if necessary, and we never settle for less than our clients are owed. This means we’re not scared of trial, and we’re ready to go in front of the judge and take the insurance companies to task.