Dedicated Orlando Insurance Lawyers

Though it may be known as “The Sunshine State”, Florida is well known for its large thunderstorms. Throughout the year, this state experiences many intense storms with heavy rain, dangerous wind and lightning. The combination of daily summer storms and frequency of hurricanes forces homeowners to always prepare for the worst.

Thunderstorms have the potential to wreak havoc on your home. Wind can damage your siding, loosen shingles, knock trees over and turn debris into wrecking balls. Water can damage the structure and foundation of your home. As a homeowner, it can be impossible to know the difference between another summer storm and the storm that leaves thousands of dollars worth of damage. Therefore, it is crucial that every Floridian invests in property damage insurance. If a tornado does drop down in your front yard, you will be financially able to recover.

Unfortunately, property insurance is not foolproof. If your insurance company denies your claim following a storm, you will need to be prepared for it. The Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A. can provide you with the support you need to oppose a large insurance company. An insurance attorney will figure out why your claim was denied. If you are a victim of a bad faith claim, we will fight for you so you get the proper coverage you deserve.

Experienced Storm Claim Lawyers

If you live in Orlando and are in need of a storm claim attorney, Michael B. Brehne is here to help. Mr. Brehne is an experience attorney and will act as a liaison between you and your insurance company to clarify any legal jargon or red tape your provider may give you. Frequently, our insurance lawyers are able to find a solution before litigation which will save you the homeowner costly court fees. Along with the rest of the team at the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A., you will find the resources you need to win your dispute.

Company That Prioritizes the Needs of Clients

The Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A. is focused on ensuring each client gets the adequate coverage for which they are paying. Therefore, our team will do everything in our power to achieve that goal. This includes thoroughly examining your case, negotiating, and if negotiating fails, fighting in court. Our aggressive approach will provide you with the best results possible. Our law firm offers free insurance claim consultations so that you can see how an insurance dispute lawyer can assist you without feeling pressured.

Why Insurance Companies Deny Claims

If the payment you received following a claim was underpaid or denied completely, there might be several reasons why. If you have failed to provide proper payments, suffered damage from a source that is not outlined in your policy, failed to properly protect your home or did not properly document that resulting storm damage, your company is able to deny your claim. If you are innocent of all of these infractions, you might have a case. Our attorneys will look for evidence your provider had an invalid reason for a denied insurance claim. For example, it may not have investigated your damage thoroughly, it may have rejected similar storm damage claims from other homeowners, or it may have delayed your claim while attributing storm damage to other causes or had simply had no legal reason for rejecting it. It will highly benefit you to consult a storm damage attorney rather than dealing with an insurance company yourself, because our legal team has experience in these cases and knows what factors to look for.

Choose the Firm That Will Fight For You

Storm damage insurance can be difficult to navigate. There are many factors and it can be complicated to prove what damage is a direct result of the storm. Therefore, you will need an insurance lawyer who has experience and past success in this area. Michael Brehne and the rest of the team at the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A. can do just that. Our Orlando attorneys will not stop until you receive your rightful dues. Contact us today if you believe you have been underpaid or unfairly denied by your insurance provider.