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Written by attorney Hans Peter B. Haahr | Sep 26, 2017

Filing an Insurance Claim after Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma left a path of destruction across Florida and the Caribbean. Depending on the kind of damage to your home or business (flood or wind) you may need to file more than one insurance claim. Here’s what to do when filing Hurricane Irma damage claims to ensure a maximum payout of insurance.

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Our firm can help you review your policy to determine and locate coverage, assist in submitting claims, review the assessment and estimate provided by the insurance company, coordinate inspections with the insurance adjuster and experts, and navigate the claim process with your insurance company. We work on a contingency fee basis – we do not charge clients costs or fees until we recover denied or disputed insurance coverage benefits. In many cases, Florida law allows us to seek legal fees directly from the insurance company, over and above the insurance coverage benefits we obtain for our clients. We offer free consultations as to your specific hurricane claim issues.

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