All too often, insurance policyholders are paid unacceptable amounts for claims after years of dutifully paying premiums. At The Farber Law Firm, we are committed to advocating on behalf of policyholders following insurance claims, applying legal pressure to ensure an adequate settlement to cover damage to the property. The firm represents both residential and commercial insurance policyholders.
Knowledgeable And Experienced Representation On Your Side During Insurance Coverage Disputes
Attorney David Farber spent a significant portion of his career defending insurance companies. He has a tacit understanding of strategies used by the insurance companies to deny or limit claims. He now uses that knowledge to advocate for policyholders, fighting to ensure they are paid what they are owed.
If you suspect that you are not being offered the full amount due on your claim, contact our Miami, Florida, law firm at 866-443-3693 for an initial consultation to discuss your options.
Insurance companies make profit by collecting premiums while paying out the lowest amount possible on claims. This is a calculated and precise process. The average consumer or businessperson is not equipped to understand the tactics and methods used to limit claims.
The claims process begins with an inspection and interview that has been engineered to trigger responses that can give the insurance company grounds for denying or limiting a claim. It is important that you speak with an attorney before giving the insurance company an official statement. If you have already been trapped into a response that might limit your claim, we are prepared to advocate on your behalf.
Partnering With Public Adjusters To Ensure You Receive An Adequate Settlement
Upon suspecting that they are not being paid a fair amount, many people will work with a public adjuster to open or reopen a claim and evaluate its worth. We work with your public adjuster to ensure that the insurance company is legally obligated to pay the full amount owed.
Our firm will partner with the adjuster to put together the evidence needed to prove that a larger settlement is due, putting pressure on the insurance company to provide that amount. And, if we prove or the insurance company concedes that it improperly denied or underpaid your claim in litigation, then, in addition to your claim settlement amount, your insurance company will, most likely, be required to pay, in full or part, our attorneys' fees and costs pursuant to Florida statute.