When Insurers Fail To Cover Your Sinkhole Damage In Florida
Sinkholes can be disastrous for Florida residential and commercial property owners.
Cracks in foundations, cracks around doors and window frames, difficulties with opening and closing windows and doors, sloping floors and other settlement problems may be indicators that your home or business property has been affected by a sinkhole.
If your property damage is in fact caused by sinkhole activity, your insurance policy may provide coverage. As for an even bigger “if” — the possibility that your insurer may not cooperate when you file a sinkhole damage claim for benefits — that’s where we can help.
We are Tyler & Hamilton, P.A., attorneys for policyholders throughout Florida.
If you have questions about your rights under your homeowner’s insurance policy, commercial liability policy or other insurance policy when sinkhole problems arise, you should contact us for a free consultation.
More Than 65 Years Of Combined Experience With Insurance Issues
Property damage claims for sinkhole-related damage can be difficult to pursue. There are complex and constantly evolving laws governing sinkholes and sinkhole damage recovery. Insurance companies will frequently look for reasons to deny claims, alleging that the property damage resulted from some other means.
Having experienced legal counsel on your side can make a positive difference in your outcome when pursuing sinkhole-related property damage coverage under your insurance policy. At Tyler & Hamilton, P.A., our lawyers consult geotechnical professionals and other expert witnesses who can evaluate the cause of damage to your home or business property, as well as the cost of repair.
These quality legal services are delivered strictly on a contingency fee basis — you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
Using more than six decades of combined experience, our attorneys thoroughly review your insurance policy, have your property examined by experts and, when coverage is supported, prepare a strong argument on your behalf.