COMMERCIAL BUILDING

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

Commercial building insurance claims compensate business owners for losses and damages sustained for covered events. These policies are essential for business owners to recover from a covered loss. Our Florida insurance lawyers assist business owners in obtaining compensation for covered losses.

COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSURANCE CLAIMS

At Murray + Murray, we understand that you have a significant investment in your business and commercial property. Protecting that investment is a top priority. From storms, natural disasters and fires to water loss, theft and vandalism, a wide variety of events can take place to cause significant damage to your building and the assets your business owns.

If you sustain a covered loss, you should not be forced to battle with your insurance company to receive the compensation you deserve. Our Florida insurance dispute attorneys have represented numerous clients who have had their business and commercial building claims unfairly denied or underpaid. We want to help you if you are facing a similar situation with your insurance provider.

When attempting to deny your claim, the insurance provider may use numerous reasons, including:

  • The specific type of damage that occurred is not covered, or is excluded under your policy.
  • The policy was canceled because the premium was not made as scheduled.
  • The policyholder is attempting to make a fraudulent or inflated claim.

IS YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY ACTING IN BAD FAITH?

Knowing the details of your insurance policy can help you understand if the insurance company is legitimately denying your claim or acting in bad faith. Bad faith acts and breaches of contract are reasons to pursue legal action against the insurance company.

If you submitted a claim promptly, truthfully presented information, completed all the necessary documentation and requirements, and the damage is in an area covered under the policy, your insurer should honor the claim. If your insurance provider is using delay tactics or treating you unfairly, it is time to get help from a trusted legal advocate for business owners.

If you believe your insurance claim has been unfairly denied, having an experienced team of Florida insurance claim lawyers to help you take legal action may be the best option. Contact Murray + Murray to learn more.

FIGHTING TO PROTECT YOUR BEST INTERESTS & OBTAIN FULL COMPENSATION

We have an extensive understanding of insurance laws and the legal process involved in challenging a claim denial or underpayment. Our priority is ensuring that you obtain the full amount of compensation you are entitled to recover under the policy.

Ready to start aggressively pursuing maximum compensation for your commercial building insurance claim? Call us at 1-855-269-4317 for a free consultation with a Florida insurance lawyer.

Commercial building insurance claims compensate business owners for losses and damages sustained for covered events. These policies are essential for business owners to recover from a covered loss. Our Florida insurance lawyers assist business owners in obtaining compensation for covered losses.

COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSURANCE CLAIMS

At Murray + Murray, we understand that you have a significant investment in your business and commercial property. Protecting that investment is a top priority. From storms, natural disasters and fires to water loss, theft and vandalism, a wide variety of events can take place to cause significant damage to your building and the assets your business owns.

If you sustain a covered loss, you should not be forced to battle with your insurance company to receive the compensation you deserve. Our Florida insurance dispute attorneys have represented numerous clients who have had their business and commercial building claims unfairly denied or underpaid. We want to help you if you are facing a similar situation with your insurance provider.

When attempting to deny your claim, the insurance provider may use numerous reasons, including:

  • The specific type of damage that occurred is not covered, or is excluded under your policy.
  • The policy was canceled because the premium was not made as scheduled.
  • The policyholder is attempting to make a fraudulent or inflated claim.

IS YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY ACTING IN BAD FAITH?

Knowing the details of your insurance policy can help you understand if the insurance company is legitimately denying your claim or acting in bad faith. Bad faith acts and breaches of contract are reasons to pursue legal action against the insurance company.

If you submitted a claim promptly, truthfully presented information, completed all the necessary documentation and requirements, and the damage is in an area covered under the policy, your insurer should honor the claim. If your insurance provider is using delay tactics or treating you unfairly, it is time to get help from a trusted legal advocate for business owners.

If you believe your insurance claim has been unfairly denied, having an experienced team of Florida insurance claim lawyers to help you take legal action may be the best option. Contact Murray + Murray to learn more.

FIGHTING TO PROTECT YOUR BEST INTERESTS & OBTAIN FULL COMPENSATION

We have an extensive understanding of insurance laws and the legal process involved in challenging a claim denial or underpayment. Our priority is ensuring that you obtain the full amount of compensation you are entitled to recover under the policy.

Ready to start aggressively pursuing maximum compensation for your commercial building insurance claim? Call us at 1-855-269-4317 for a free consultation with a Florida insurance lawyer.

Call a Firm with 50+ Years of Experience

Murray + Murray’s Florida insurance attorneys have recovered hundreds of millions for thousands of clients in Florida. Our award-winning team has the expertise and in-depth knowledge to build strong cases for victims of bad faith insurance claims.

Contact an attorney today for a free, no-obligation consultation

We offer free initial consultations in English or Spanish, and we can travel to you when you need it. Call our firm at 1-855-269-4317 today.

Types of Claims

Evaluating a Release From Your Property Insurer

Evaluating a Release From Your Property Insurer

All too often, an insurance company will request its insureds to sign a release as part of the claims process.  Very rarely, if ever, does the insurance company tell you what that really means. A “release” is a legal document that ends a property insurance claim, in...