When you file a business interruption claim in Florida, you will likely deal with various people throughout the insurance claims process.
Some of the professionals you may encounter as you navigate your business interruption claim include:
- A claims adjuster – this is generally an employee of your insurer, or they may be employed by an adjusting firm that has been hired by your insurer. The role of the adjuster is to analyze and valuate your business interruption claim.
- A claims manager or examiner – this is a person above the claims adjuster, and also an employee of your insurer.
- A claims auditor or accountant – during a business interruption claim in Florida, an adjuster will generally use outside accountants who will audit and valuate your claim.
- Remediation and/or salvage companies – these people/companies will help to restore your business operations. They will do so by repairing or replacing your damaged commercial property.
- Technical experts – these may be engineers, electricians, contractors, or other experts who evaluate your business interruption claim.
And finally, you may choose to hire a Florida commercial insurance attorney. A Florida commercial insurance attorney can help you to file your business interruption claim in Florida, as well as attempt to negotiate an acceptable settlement. If a settlement cannot be reached, your attorney can represent your interests in a formal court of law.
Contacting a Florida Commercial Insurance Attorney
The Florida commercial insurance attorney team at Falk & Falk Law Firm knows how important it is to you and your company to get the settlement you need in order to move on with your lives. Our Florida commercial insurance attorney team has experience in helping victims of natural disasters—and other business owners’ nightmares—recover from their loss. An experienced attorney can help you to fight for the compensation that you need and navigate the tricky world of business and hurricane insurance. Contact us today – 305-742-0878.