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Natural Disasters

Don’t Let Insurance Companies Get Away With Bad Faith Practices

Natural Disasters

In order to offset the risks associated with such natural disasters, homeowners typically purchase insurance policies that are specifically written to pay compensation for the costs of repair and rebuilding their properties.

The common misconception is that natural disasters are acts of god, and that no person or entity can be held responsible or accountable. Unfortunately, insurance companies frequently engage in a number of bad faith practices against their policy holders, leaving the homeowner in a bind during his or her time of need.

After years of faithfully paying your premiums, you have a right to expect that the insurance company will treat you fairly and provide you with the support you need during this difficult experience. You have had to live through the ordeal of seeing your home severely damaged or even leveled by the violent forces of a major storm, and are likely now facing major, costly repairs.

We will help you fight for fair settlements for damage caused by natural disasters including:

  • Hurricanes
  • Fires
  • Tornadoes
  • Floods
  • Hail Storms
  • Snow and Ice Storms

You should not be forced to fight with your insurance company over the payment of your claim.  Insurance companies can be held responsible for delaying payment, underpayment and denying payment of claims if you have a policy that covers that event. 

Further, there may be superseding, intervening causes that worsen or cause different damages, injuries and losses than the natural disaster itself. 

If you have suffered damages, injuries and losses during a natural disaster, contact Excolo Law today for a free evaluation to determine if you have a case.

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