Florida Insurance Coverage Dispute Attorneys
Serving Naples and Other Areas: Disability Claim Lawyers
Insurance companies are in the business of making money. Insurance company profits are augmented by charging high premiums and paying out as little as possible when valid claims are made against a policy. Our Florida insurance coverage dispute attorneys at Feldman Law Group PA provide sophisticated advocacy to business clients and individual consumers who have suffered wrongful denial or termination of insurance coverage to which they are entitled.
Denied Insurance Coverage ∙ Termination of Coverage
Our law firm has extensive experience representing the interests of clients in bad faith insurance claims involving:
Commercial property damage claims
Trust in Our Experience When an Insurance Claim Is Denied
Clients of Feldman Law Group PA benefit from our comprehensive knowledge of insurance law, understanding of insurance industry tactics and determination to assert our clients' interests. We work diligently to challenge the insurance company's basis for denial and enforce its obligations under the policy.
In cases where the denied coverage compliant with the terms of the insurance policy, we evaluate other avenues of potential responsibility, such as the negligence of the insurance broker. If the insurance broker misrepresented the terms of coverage, failed to process a payment in a timely fashion or otherwise contributed to the basis for coverage denial, the insurance company may be held accountable for professional malpractice.
The insurance company has a duty to defend the policyholder in liability claims, regardless of its denial of a claim or reservation of the right to deny a claim.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced insurance coverage dispute attorney, please contact one of our offices in Tampa, Miami, Naples or Jacksonville, Florida.
The attorneys at Feldman Law Group PA assist employees involved in overtime and wage and hour disputes as well as employment discrimination matters in Tampa, Miami, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, St. Petersburg, Clearwater and throughout Florida.