People sign up for insurance so that they can be prepared for when the unexpected happens. You don’t need to have been the victim of a burglary, fire, or any other disaster to know that things can go wrong. On top of this, South Florida homes are vulnerable to hurricane damage, flooding, and other issues that come with the territory.

When you are insured and something happens to your property, the way the process is supposed to work is that: you file an insurance claim, the insurance company assesses the damage and then pays you your claim. But, it’s not always that easy. It’s not uncommon for an insurance company to make you jump through hoops just to get the money you are entitled to. Insurance companies are known for denying claims, failing to thoroughly investigate cases, and delaying payouts. The last thing you should have to worry about after going through hardship is haggling with your insurance provider.

Before you pay extra money to fix mold, max out a credit card to replace stolen items, or take out a second mortgage for a roof repair, consider contacting Alex Borell. As the insured, you have rights. It’s important not to be taken advantage of; insurers need to be held accountable for acting in bad faith.

Pursuant to section 627.428, Florida Statutes, our fees and costs are paid to us on behalf of your insurance company.