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Explore your options when a homeowner's policy claim is denied

Many people in South Florida will, at some point in time, likely need to file a homeowner's policy claim. Weather damage is a big problem in the local area, but that is what insurance is there for: it is there when you need it, and you pay monthly premiums for that service. Unfortunately, sometimes these claims are denied by the insurance carrier.

What are your options when an insurance claim is denied?

South Florida residents buy insurance policies so that they are there when they are needed. Car insurance, flood insurance, health insurance, hurricane insurance - all of these types of insurance policies are commonly owned by Florida residents. But, no two insurance claims are the same. So, what are your options when an insurance claim is denied?

What are the basics of making an insurance claim?

Most people in Florida have several different types of insurance policies: homeowner's policies, life insurance policies and hurricane policies, among others. We pay the monthly premiums for these insurance policies so that the coverage is there when we need to make a claim - which we hope we never have to do. But, if a Florida resident does need to make an insurance claim, what are the basics of that process?

Know your options when your insurance claim is denied

Most Americans have some form of insurance coverage. Every state requires licensed drivers to have car insurance, and in recent years most Americans have been required to have health insurance. Millions more have life insurance, homeowner's insurance and professional liability insurance. For most people, insurance is just a fact of life.

Taking the right steps with a hurricane insurance claim

Hurricane Irma was devastating for many Florida residents. This powerful storm resulted in millions of dollars in property damage, not to mention the loss of life and injuries that occurred as well. In the aftermath of this devastating hurricane, individuals and families throughout the state will be making claims on their hurricane insurance.

When a business owner encounters problems with an insurance claim

Small business owners put a lot into their companies. Their business can represent a major investment of their time, resources and emotions. So, a business owner can be filled with fear and worry when a disaster strikes their business. This could include things like a major accident or a natural disaster.

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