If you own a business in Florida and you have taken out a Florida commercial crime policy, then certain business assets may or may not be included in your coverage. This is why it is always critical to carefully go over the parameters of any policy before making a purchase, and to stay current on any policies that you carry.
Because the threat of business theft can come in many forms, be sure your policy covers a multitude of scenarios. A Florida commercial crime policy will generally cover losses caused by employee theft, a burglary of your safe and the receipt of counterfeit currency. Your policy may also cover your business furniture, fixtures, inventory, cash and financial securities.
Assets that may not be covered by your Florida commercial crime policy include:
- acts committed by you;
- the loss of interest on stolen money;
- the loss of, or damage to motor vehicles; and
- your attorney’s legal fees and expenses.
If you have been the victim of a theft at your Florida business and are attempting to make a claim on your commercial crime policy, it is important that you have a current copy of your policy at your disposal. This way, you can have a better understanding of the types of compensation that you may be able to claim.
If you are having difficulty receiving money from your insurance carrier after a business theft, contact a Florida commercial insurance attorney, who can advise you of your rights, and guide you through the entire process, to get the compensation you need to move on with your business.
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 business to get the settlement you need in order to move on. Our attorney team has experience in helping victims of commercial theft —and other business 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 commercial insurance claims. Contact us today – (305) 742-0878.