Do not accept slow service, excuses, or denials of your Hurricane Ian storm claims. If your insurance company refuses to pay the full amount owed, refuses to negotiate or engage in continuing negotiations over the value of your damage, and fails to continue to respond promptly to your questions, they may have broken the bad faith laws.
Your insurance company is required to timely pay your claims for all of your damages covered by the policy. Your insurance policy may provide coverage for physical damage to your property, extra expenses incurred, and lost business income. If you have Disaster Mortgage Protection, the insurer is required to timely pay your monthly mortgage, reimburse your structural deductible, and can help pay down your mortgage balance in the event certain damages are sustained in a hurricane, flood, or other disasters.
How Does the Claims Process Work?
Our attorneys will work with and hire their own experts where necessary, including adjusters to thoroughly evaluate your claim and find where the insurance company may have made mistakes that devalued your claim. This is an essential part of maximizing the value of your claim.
How Much Does It Cost?
We represent our clients based on a contingency fee. We don’t receive any fees unless we recover payments for you.
Why Should I Hire an Insurance Claim Lawyer?
If you have questions regarding your coverage, estimate was lower than expected, claim was delayed or denied, and/or extensive damages.
What If My Claim Has Already Been Denied?
Our attorneys will review your claim to determine your options with your insurance company.
What Type of Damages are Covered After a Hurricane?
Depending on the policy, property damage, contents damage, business interruption, structural damage and costs of repairs, and/or loss of use/additional living expenses.
William Artigliere may associate with outside legal counsel in the advocacy of any claim.
William (Bill) Artigliere is a civil trial lawyer and native of Florida. Artigliere graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned in the United States Army as a second lieutenant in field artillery. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Army, Artigliere attended Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Fla. He graduated in 2002 with a Juris Doctorate and was valedictorian of his class.
Stephen M. Huber has tried more than 150 jury trials over his career. His legal approach is characterized by his relentless drive to help his clients get the best results possible for their case. Huber began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Orleans Parish and then went on to serve as an Assistant United States Attorney. There, Huber led several multi-year investigations and received a number of awards and recognition for his work.