Natural disasters such as hurricanes, tropical storms, tornadoes, and floods can cause considerable damage to your property. When unfortunate situations like these occur, you expect your insurance company to cover the damages done. However, you may find yourself with a denied Farm Bureau property claim. Or they may only partially pay your claim and take a long time to do so. Whenever you find yourself in a situation like this, you can appeal their decision. Louis Law Group can help you win that appeal and get you the money you deserve to pay for damages to your property.
Why Farm Bureau May Deny Your Property Claim
An insurance company like Farm Bureau may deny your claim for several reasons, including the following:
The Claims Process
After you submit a claim to Farm Bureau, they will:
In Florida, the law says that you usually have three years to sue your insurance company, starting from the date of the damage-causing natural disaster. You can always appeal a denied Farm Bureau property claim, which is something the lawyers at Louis Law Group can assist you with.
Know Your Rights
Florida has a Homeowner’s Bill of Rights that provides you with certain rights when it comes to getting compensated for damaged property. If you have an insurance policy and are in good standing, you have the following rights:
Your insurance provider has specific responsibilities it must adhere to, including the following:
Whatever the reason provided by Farm Bureau for denying your claim, you have the option to appeal. Louis Law Group can assist you with this.
If your Farm Bureau property claim was denied or you were offered only partial compensation for your claim, contact us today call (954) 676-4179. Our expert team of property claim lawyers will ascertain the best options for your particular situation. We can provide you with a free consultation and let you know what your next steps should be.