Florida Denied Anchor Property Claim Lawyer
It can be devastating to think about life after your house is damaged. You may wonder how you’ll be able to carry on if you’re unsure how you’ll pay to repair the damages. This is stressful enough – but then there’s the possibility that your Anchor property insurance claim will be denied.
At Louis Law Group, we understand what you’re going through. We’ve helped many others in your situation. When you pay your Anchor insurance premiums regularly, you expect them to pay for the damages your property incurred. However, they may deny you your rightful compensation.
Why Anchor Denied Your Property Claim
Anchor may denied your claim for many reasons. You might think you did everything right when you filled out their forms and showed what was damaged. However, the insurance company can still deny your claim. The only way to know for sure why your claim was denied is to inspect your documents and insurance policy. In lieu of that, check out s the most common reasons given by insurance companies for denying a claim:
- You did not provide enough information to the insurance agency.
- You provided insufficient evidence of the reported damages to the insurance agency.
- You missed the deadline to file a claim.
- You are not covered for the types of damages your property incurred.
- A third party (such as a municipality) is liable for the damages to your property.
- The damages your property incurred were the result of regular wear and tear.
- The total cost of the necessary repairs is less than your deductible.
If you’re at a loss as to why Anchor denied your insurance claim, Louis Law Group can help. Contact us today and start your journey to getting the compensation you deserve.
Types of Damages You Can Receive
When you submit a claim to Anchor for damages your property incurred, you might see the following types of damages covered:
The compensation you receive may include the amount of money it costs to repair the damaged parts of your property. This could include damage done to the exterior or interior of your home. In some cases, your insurance policy may also cover water removal and treatment of areas affected by mold.
If your home sustained significant damage from something like a hurricane and is beyond repair, you may be able to recover the cost of rebuilding your home. Depending on your plan, you might recover only up to a specific amount.
Your insurance policy may also cover any loss of property within your damaged home. This could include electronics, bedding, clothes, and other things.
Your plan could potentially cover costs associated with relocation if your home has sustained significant damages that render it uninhabitable. Anchor may pay for the cost of placing you in a hotel or similar lodging option, as well as food expenses.
Your denied Anchor property claim can be appealed and you can receive your due damages. Our team of attorneys can help you with everything that needs to be done to win your appeal and get you your due compensation. Contact our office today call (954) 676-4179 and learn how we can help you.