Florida Insurance Lawyers: Vehicle Damage
An auto accident, a hail storm, a thief, or a fire can all leave your vehicle a total wreck. When you turn to your insurance company for help, you may find they won’t cover the full extent of the property damage.
Insurance companies will try to pay you the least possible amount of money for the damage to your vehicle. However, according to law, they must honor the terms of their policies or they can be sued for insurance bad faith.
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If you are having difficulty with a vehicle damage or theft claim, please contact The Nation Law Firm for experienced legal advice. Our attorneys have taken on the big insurance companies on behalf of policyholders. We stand up for what is right and we get results.
After reviewing your policy, our attorneys will see that you receive all the benefits it describes, including, for example, a loaner car to use until your vehicle is repaired. We will negotiate with the insurance company to ensure that you are fairly compensated for the damage to your vehicle. If your vehicle is totaled or if the damage is reparable, we will work to maximize the benefits you receive.
Often, insurance companies will try to repair your vehicle when they should total it instead. Our attorneys have successfully handled many claims where we have forced the insurance company to total out the vehicle. We have forced insurance companies to pay the fair amount for a total loss after an initial lowball offer, and in other non-total cases we have had insurance companies re-do repairs or made them do repairs they had initially refused.
To schedule a free consultation about your vehicle damage claim, please contact Mark Nation’s law firm toll free at 1-800-Nation-Law (1-877-324-7071) today. With offices in the Orlando area our lawyers represent people with car insurance disputes throughout Florida.
“Remember, there are never any fees or costs unless we win, and if we lose, I work for free.”-Attorney Mark Nation’s promise to you.