Hurricane Claims

Hurricane Claims

Hurricane Damages Lawyers

Thousands of homes and businesses flooded during this last hurricane season, wreaking devastation to people’s homes and businesses. For many people, their lives are still impacted by the flooding, wind damage, and the hurricanes’ aftermath. 

Many homes and businesses will never recover their property values even after repairs are completed. Unfortunately, that means many families and businesses’ biggest asset—their home and business—have diminished in value significantly and will likely not recover.

When natural disasters like hurricanes and tropical storms occur, people and businesses rely on their insurance carriers to help rebuild.  Oftentimes, insurance companies take their time to pay claims or minimize the scope of damages to save money for the insurance company. In the worst cases, some insurance companies may deny hurricane damage claims entirely.

Don’t let the insurance company take advantage of you. Just because they have profits to maintain doesn’t give them the right to delay, discount, or deny the payment of claims. 

If a Hurricane damaged your home or business, and your insurance company or insurance adjuster is underestimating the scope of your damages, under-paying your damages, or delaying the payment of your damages, Herbert & McClelland LLP may be able to help you get the compensation and justice for your hurricane damages.

When the storm is over and it’s time to rebuild, you should be able to rely on your insurance carrier to help get you back on your feet. When your hurricane damage claim or flood damage claim is being delayed or denied by the waves of paperwork and phone calls from insurance adjusters, you may need the help of an insurance litigation attorney that’s experienced in hurricane damage claims.

Call us at 800-948-5066 for a free evaluation to help you assess your Hurricane Damages Case.

Don’t Let Insurance Companies Bully You!!! Herbert & McClelland LLP has been representing individuals and businesses treated unfairly by their insurance company in the wake of hurricanes and storms for over a decade.