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4/10/20 COVID-19 Update: Trump supports businesses

In today's White House briefing, President Trump expressed his support for insurance companies to make payments for business interruption under policies, especially for the restaurant industry. Trump stated: "If I had it, I expect to be paid." Further stressing that he understands that these businesses have been paying for insurance for years without the need of it, and now they need it to survive. Clearly, Trump and the government are eyeing this issue as carriers continue to stand by their denial of claims resulting from the virus.
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Condominium Claims in Florida

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Condominium insurance claims can be tricky to understand. Insurance companies may try to avoid paying what you deserve, and it is important to obtain experienced legal services to uphold your right to a settlement. Our Miami condominium claim attorneys have guided countless clients to successful solutions. We will analyze your situation and help you file the necessary documents in a timely manner.

Insurance claims for condominiums may cover a variety of interior damages, such as:

  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Appliances
  • Other items

However, damage to exterior items or a common space may be the responsibility of the condo association to handle.

These exterior damages include:

  • Walkways
  • Walls
  • Railings
  • Roof
  • Lobbies

What You Need to Know About Condominium Insurance Claims

Condominium insurance claims are commonly filed for the destruction caused by hurricanes, fires, vandalism, water damage, mold, and leaks. Condominium owners have the right to receive compensation for various out-of-pocket expenses necessary to rebuild and move forward. However, filing an insurance claim may put you at odds with the condo association and the insurance company.

It is important to review your policy to know what is covered and what is excluded. Furthermore, you need to gather evidence and get an estimate for the property damage by an insurance adjuster or by a third-party public adjuster.

How Our Firm Can Help

Insurance companies will often try to pay the least amount possible in each claim. This means the insurance adjuster may downplay the seriousness of the damages and suggest a lower amount than you need. Furthermore, the insurance company may outright deny or dispute your claim.

Insurance coverage policies are complex and difficult to understand. Our Miami insurance claim lawyers will review your policy to determine what damages are covered and will gather evidence to build your case. We have the experience to represent condominium owners and condo associations with insurance claim issues.

Call Our Miami Condominium Claim Lawyers Today at (844) 818-0774

With a track record of success, The Morgan Law Group, P.A. provides informative legal services to clients in Miami. If your claim is denied or delayed, we will analyze your situation and discuss your options for receiving a settlement. From start to finish, our Miami condominium claim attorneys will answer your questions and walk you through the process.

Contact our office today to schedule a case evaluation with one of our knowledgeable lawyers.

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