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Insuring Your Personal Property

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

It can be difficult leaving personal items behind If you need to evacuate your home in an emergency situation. Certain things — like televisions and kitchen appliances — can easily be replaced. But others — like cherished photographs and mementos — are irreplaceable. The fact that some items can be replaced is one of… Read More »


Does Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy Cover Damage to Your Foundation?

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

  No building can stand without a structurally sound foundation. But unfortunately, when foundational issues arise, they are often difficult to diagnose and expense to repair. Such challenges underscore why homeowners need insurance and also why they need to understand what damage their insurance policy actually covers. An experienced attorney can help when disputes… Read More »


What Does Federal Flood Insurance Cover?

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Even though the future of the National Flood Insurance Program is uncertain, the federal government is encouraging property owners to obtain flood insurance. Standard homeowners insurance policies don’t cover flood damage. According to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, only 13 private companies offer flood insurance that doesn’t piggyback on federal policies. Nine companies… Read More »


An Insurance Company’s “Right to Repair”

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

People’s Trust Insurance has filed dozens of lawsuits against customers it claims have failed to comply with homeowners’ insurance policy requirements. Most of those lawsuits accuse policyholders of refusing to allow the insurer’s preferred contractors to repair the claimed damages. Most homeowner’s insurance policies include a provision giving the insurer the “right to repair,”… Read More »


Going to Mediation to Resolve Your Insurance Dispute

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

What options do you have when your homeowner’s insurance provider denies your claim or another dispute arises? “Lawsuit” might be the first word that comes to mind, but homeowners actually have several options that don’t involve litigation. One of these options is mediation, which is an informal process that involves a neutral third party… Read More »


Understanding the Appraisal Process

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

As a homeowner, you might feel like the insurance company has the upper hand when it comes to replacing or repairing your damaged property. But it’s important to understand that you have options if you aren’t satisfied with the amount your insurer offers to settle a claim. One of those options is the appraisal… Read More »


Frequently Asked Questions about Property Damage Claims: What to Know, What to Do and What to expect

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

What is covered in my policy? Hurricane damage can be overwhelming from a homeowner’s policy perspective. Damage from debris (such as a fallen tree) or wind (such as rain blown through a broken window or roof) is generally covered. Damage from rising waters and street flooding is generally not covered (unless you have a… Read More »


Your Homeowners Insurance Claim Was Denied – What To Do Next

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

It is an all-too-common tale, especially in and around South Florida, including Palm Beach, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, North Miami Beach, Miami Beach and Miami– a storm hits or another event like a fire leaves your home seriously damaged. Across the United States, approximately one in fifteen insured homeowners have to file a claim each… Read More »


Understanding Florida’s Value Policy Law

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

If you have a residential home insurance policy or commercial premises insurance policy, there is an important statute that comes into play if you file a claim. It is Florida Statute § 627.702, also known as “Valued Policy Law.” This law establishes that an insurer will be liable for an insurance policy’s limits when… Read More »


Property Insurance for Rental Properties and Tenants

By Insurance Litigation Group, P.A. |

Florida homeowners know that they’re responsible for preparing for severe weather. They board up their windows, bring in outdoor furniture and do everything they can to protect their homes against hurricane, tropical storm, and other weather-related damage. But what are you supposed to do as a renter? Should you take steps to protect your… Read More »

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