Fighting Your Insurance After Irma? You’re Not Alone.

Last month, the entire state of Florida went through an emotionally trying time, preparing and enduring the huge threat of Hurricane Irma. While some of our residents weren’t hit nearly as hard as expected, this was not the case for everyone. Parts of the Florida Keys were completely destroyed, and Jacksonville and surrounding areas experienced heavy flooding. Others in between dealt with power outages, fallen trees, and destruction due to strong winds and flying debris. One storm was enough. Now that it’s over, don’t let your insurance company cause more damage.

Now, many have begun the process of filing a storm damage claim through their commercial, homeowner’s and renter’s insurance policies. Unfortunately, many are finding their insurance companies are providing a fair assessment and are either lowballing or completely denying claims due to damage Irma caused. Sadly, this comes as no surprise to us. That’s why our focus is fighting insurance companies to fairly compensate its policyholders, and it has been for more than 35 years.

If you feel your insurance company is being unfair, we may be able to help — regardless of the extent of damage to your home or commercial property. Whether you’re a homeowner, a renter, or a business owner, our job is to represent your rights as a policyholder when the insurance company isn’t fairly compensating you for the damage to your property.

We all prepared for this storm together, we went through it together, and we will get through the aftermath together. Don’t be victimized twice — once by Hurricane Irma and again by your insurance company. Contact an attorney who is experienced in fighting insurance companies. Contact The Ruth Law Team. We provide free case evaluations to each and every caller and, as always, there are no fees or costs unless we successfully recover on your behalf. Call us at 855-709-9955 for more information on how we can fight your insurance company.

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