As a commercial property owner in Florida, you know having the right insurance in place is vital to protect your investment. However, did you know that there are actually a few different types of property insurance available? The Balance offers the following information on the differences between property coverage, which can help you find the best policy for your needs.
Water damage is one of the most confusing aspects of homeowner's insurance for many people in Florida. Some types of damage are easily approved claims, but others are often denied. It is important for you to understand what claims your insurance will cover, so you can make sure you are properly insured for all possible events.
One of the more common forms of insurance bad faith dealings is discounting. This occurs when your insurer tries to pressure you into accepting a settlement amount that is perceived to be far less than what you are actually owed (or what you understand you should be paid per the details of your policy). The most common complaint that we here at Tyler & Hamilton, P.A. hear from clients when it comes to dealing with insurance companies is that their lack of knowledge makes the vulnerable to abuse. Thus, understanding how insurance adjustors arrive at a settlement amount may help you determine if you are being taken advantage of.