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Hurricane Irma and Actual Cash Value in Florida
Florida’s Third District of Appeal recently confirmed that insurance carriers are initially obligated to pay the true amount of the actual cash value (“ACV”), not just the insurance company’s estimate…
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We represent residential or commercial policyholders who have experienced the damage and devastation of a catastrophic storm.
When a disaster results in damage to condominium or community association properties, the association’s manager and board of directors are responsible for filing insurance claims. The extent of coverage varies among states and associations, so it’s advantageous to work with an experienced professional.
A property insurance claim can be a devastating and life-altering event for a policyholder, but for an insurer, it is routine business. In most states, you have the right to hire your own adjuster who can help you understand all the information surrounding your policy and claim, as well as negotiate with the insurance company.
Restaurants present unique challenges when filing property damage claims. Policyholders need to review their policies and be aware of the responsibilities once a loss occurs. An experienced insurance professional can help navigate the process.
Having represented policyholders of all types for the past 25 years, Merlin Law Group is experienced in making sure municipalities and local governments recover fully from catastrophes.
Do you ever have difficulty understanding the patient financial responsibility? Have you ever asked yourself what is a deductible? What is the difference between in and out of network? Many policyholders do not fully understand their policies. Merlin Law Group can assist.