How Big of a Claim do I need in Order to Qualify for Insurance Litigation?

Here’s the short answer: There’s no claim too big or too small to qualify for an insurance case.

Now let’s walk through the longer answer in a bit more detail.

When you experience damage to your property – no matter the size – it causes more than just an inconvenience. Whether it’s your home or business property, rental or investment property, you rely on that building for shelter, safety, and a whole lot more, so it’s important for it to remain in good condition and full repair. As you know, repairing damage of any size can be costly – not to mention the other business or personal losses you may have experienced as a result of the damage.

Unfortunately, after filing a claim with your insurance company, you may be surprised at how little they valued the damages. It can be frustrating and upsetting to be treated unfairly, but perhaps you feel like your hands are tied knowing you’re up against a big insurance company.

Where to turn when filing a property insurance claim in Florida

The good news is that at Silverberg | Brito, PLLC, we’re here to free your hands and help you to receive your full claim amount from your insurance company. After all, there is no claim too small when it comes to your home and recovering your rightful settlement.

As experienced property insurance attorneys in Florida, taking care of our community is our top priority, which is why we offer 100% contingency fee representation in your claim against your insurance company. We put you first and are at your side from start to finish,  advising you and representing you throughout the entire claim process – even if that means going into litigation.

If you think you’ve been treated unfairly and in bad faith by your insurance company, get in touch with us today to discuss your case. Being informed, having the right answers, and ensuring the best team is on your side are your best lines of defense when it comes to winning your insurance case – no matter the size.


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