Property damage can happen to anyone, and if you’ve been fortunate enough to have avoided it so far, consider yourself lucky. The reality is that for us here in Florida, we’re all too familiar with the kind of havoc a strong storm can produce, and we know that no matter the amount of damage you experience, dealing with its aftermath is disruptive – and can certainly be expensive.
If you come home to broken windows or find yourself staring up at a damaged roof, it’s time to spring into action, and your first call should be to us at Silverberg|Brito, PLLC.
Why You Need a Property Insurance Attorney for Your Damage
If you experience damage to your home or business, you might be tempted to try to tackle the claims process yourself. You have insurance for a reason, right? To protect you during times of crisis, right?
Well, the fact of the matter is, you do need a lawyer. After all, insurance companies have attorneys on their side, and you deserve to have one working for you, too. Coverage issues and exclusions can vary significantly among insurance providers and policies, so you want an attorney who can help you decipher the details of your specific coverage and walk you through the best course of action.
At Silverberg|Brito, PLLC, we know how burdensome it is to have your home damaged and then receive little to no assistance from your insurance company. That’s why we are with you every step of the way during this difficult time – lifting the burden off your shoulders and allowing you to focus on your life and your family.
The best part? There are no retainer fees and no upfront cost to you when you engage our services. In fact, it doesn’t cost you a thing if we don’t recover money for you.
No matter the size of damage, you should call us at Silverberg | Brito, PLLC so we can report the claim to your insurance company. When pursuing an insurance claim or possible litigation, you want a legal team who focuses on insurance coverage, and with us, that’s just what you’ll get.
Get in touch today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case and get your questions answered.