A New Way to Make Insurance Claims in Florida

Our policy is to try to facilitate the claims process for our clients. We often get calls from clients who are reticent to hire an attorney or a public adjuster. They are worried that this may irk their insurance company and produce negative results. Many clients also relay worries that an attorney may complicate matters and delay the claim. Other prospective clients just have distrust as it pertains to any professional willing to assist with their claim. Many of these fears and concerns are unfounded. Nonetheless, one of our goals is to create a system to assist these prospective clients. We are starting to develop a form system that Florida policy owners can use to make their own insurance claims. This form system will be available for the following types of claims;

1. Florida vehicle/ property damage claims.
2. Florida Homeowner’s insurance claims.
3. Florida Boat/Property damage claims.
4. Florida motorcycle/property damage claims.
5. Florida homeowner’s water loss claims.
6. Florida homeowner’s fire loss claims.
7. Florida vehicle theft claims.
8. Florida homeowner’s theft claims.

Note, that the above list is not exclusive. As Miami homeowner’s insurance claims attorneys we can provide you with forms and ancillary mechanisms to properly make your own claim. Our form system will provide clients with templates and instructions to further their claims. We will also offer assistance through consultations. Questions may come up that require guidance from a South Florida vehicle property damage lawyer. These consultations will be included in an overall package which will also contain the forms and instructions. We will also offer flat fees to cover or assist with examinations under oath (euo’s) and recorded statements. Euo’s and recorded statements are conditions that are written into most Florida policies. During an euo or a recorded statement insurance companies and their representatives asks questions about the pertinent loss. For example, if you were involved in an accident, then they will probably ask how it happened. It is important to have an attorney present if an insurance company is either taking an euo or a recorded statement. Insurance companies and their representatives have been known to step out of bounds during euo’s and recorded statements. A Fort Lauderdale Homeowner’s insurance attorney will make sure this does not happen. It is important to make sure that insurance companies respect your rights.

Insurance companies have many advantages on their side. Therefore, our form system is meant to make the most of your rights without complete assistance from a professional. We always advice our clients to consider an attorney. This is the best way to make sure that your claim is filed and documented in the best possible manner. However, if you choose not hire an attorney, then we can provide you forms, instructions, and consultations to assist you through your claims process. All our forms and instructions will be available through our website.

South Florida Property Insurance attorneys are here to assist you 24/7. We can be reached at 305.764.9907 or 1.888.413.8353.