UNDERPAID AND DENIED WATER DAMAGE INSURANCE CLAIMS
Water may seem harmless and is an essential part of life. Clean water is healthy to drink and fun to swim in. But it can be extremely destructive to your home during a storm or flood. Living in South Florida, there is a constant threat of water damage. Just because you live in a neighborhood with good drainage and little threat of floods, this does not mean your home is completely protected. Pipe leaks, roof leaks or a malfunctioning water heater can instantly cause severe damage to your floors, carpeting, walls, furniture and personal belongings. It can also cause the growth of mold and mildew that can make you sick. If water damage is not addressed quickly, it can cause long-term effects that lower your home’s value and affect your health. When it comes time to pay for repairs and lost property, your insurance company may underpay or even deny your claim. Fortunately, there is a solution.
Miami insurance attorney Jonathan Korin and his legal team have seen and heard all the horror stories. Over the years, they have helped countless clients recover the insurance money they need to pay for their repairs and regain peace of mind. We have all been led to believe insurance companies are on our side. For the most part, this is true. However, it is also important to understand insurance companies are businesses trying to make money. In some cases, these cost cutting measures come at the detriment of the policyholder.
How To Know Your Claim Has Been Underpaid or Denied
One of the biggest consequences of water damage is the growth of mold. Some insurance companies will refuse to cover construction used to remove mold from walls, flooring and ceilings. It can create a dangerous environment that causes long-term health issues as well as permanent damage to the home. Nobody should be forced to live in a home filled with harmful bacteria. Jonathan Korin and his legal team at Korin Law, P.A. are committed to protecting the rights of homeowners to ensure they receive the proper compensation to make necessary repairs. He has a complete understanding of the insurance industry and how it works.
Knowledge is Power!
The truth is most Miramar homeowners do not understand insurance law and are completely unaware of their rights. Jonathan Korin and his legal team make sure each client is properly educated about their individual case. Because not all cases are the same, it is important to have an experienced insurance lawyer on your side with an extensive track record of looking out for the best interest of each client. Water damage cases can be among the most complex because they encompass so many different factors–both environmental and internal.
WE FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Far too many homeowners settle for the money provided by their insurance companies without getting a second opinion from a public adjuster. When the insurance company refuses to pay the proper amount, it can leave homeowners with a huge financial burden. In some cases, they do not receive enough money to cover their repairs. If your insurance company has failed to provide the necessary compensation to cover your water damage, contact Korin Law, P.A. in Miami and put yourself in the best position to succeed.