Justice Law, Plantation Florida injury lawyers, represent property owners with damage claims from insurance company

Property Damage-Insurance Claims

Insurance company or adjuster not living up to policy terms?

In Florida we all too often hear of low offers or even blatant disregard for obvious damage as adjusters and insurance companies race to close cases. You have rights, and your insurance company has obligations- the Justice Law team can press your first-party property damage insurance claim to the resolution you need and deserve.

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Protecting Property Owner Rights

If you received an unfair offer or need help with your 1st party hurricane or any property damage claim:

When your property is insured for physical damage, this is considered a first-party insurance policy.  When damage occurs to your property, you make a claim directly with your insurance company.  Thus, it is a “first-party” claim.  This is compared to third-party claims, which typically involve a liability issue where the property owner is suing or being sued for their actions.  Some examples of first-party insurance are homeowner’s policies, business interruption policies, commercial property policies, some forms of auto insurance (not liability), and others. 

If you have an issue with your property insurer, give us a call.

Although we often represent companies, buildings, or condominium associations with property values in the millions of dollars, we also take small cases.  We are able to do this because Florida has enacted a statute that allows for attorney’s fees in the instance that you’re forced to pursue the insurance company to make them pay your claim. In other words, if we win your claim, we get you the money you deserve and we get paid for our time by the insurance company. 

The statute evens the playing field between policyholders and wealthy insurance companies.  As a result, no case is too big or too small.  We often take small cases on a contingency fee basis and attempt to recoup our attorney’s fees from the insurance company.  If we don’t win, there is no charge to you.  So whether you have a $500 theft claim or a $5,000,000 construction defect claim, we can help you get the money that the insurance company owes you. For more information, contact the attorneys at Justice Law at (954) 515-5656 or via email at justice@justiceinjurylawyer.com for a free consultation.

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Justice Law-Attorney Referrals Welcome

Justice Law welcomes referrals in all areas of personal injury including, but not limited to, dangerous products, auto accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, equine accidents, maritime accidents, insurance and bad faith. We handle cases throughout the state of Florida and select cases nationwide. With over twenty years of combined experience, attorneys Cam F. Justice, Esq. and Adam D. Breit, Esq. regularly offer litigation and trial support on complex matters due to their size, scope or complicated legal issues.

The Justice Law firm will honor all referral fee arrangements and the attorney referral program offered by the firm will abide by the referral rules set forth within the Florida Bar regulations.

For more information about Justice Law and attorneys Cam Justice and Adam Breit, or to speak to an attorney or one of our staff please contact us at 954-515-5656. Justice Law has the experience and qualifications clients trust.