Anyone who owns a company, no matter how big or small, knows the fear of an event that could force their business to close for a period of time. And every business owner knows that this could become a reality at any time.
Being prepared for an unexpected disaster that forces the closure of a business can make the difference between closing forever and staying in business. Most everyone will be protected with some type of property damage insurance. But for a business, a big part of the preparation is ensuring you are protected by Business Interruption Insurance. These policies are set up to handle the hopefully rare occurrences where a business is significantly affected by a natural disaster like a fire, hurricane, or flood, over and above the property damage claims.
Because a Business Interruption Claims policy is very different than normal fire or hurricane insurance, filing a claim for business interruption can be very stressful. Interruption insurance mainly covers the lost profits you would make while you rebuild or relocate, so considerations for how the claim will be paid can be complicated: How long is the waiting period? When did the claim actually begin? What is the actual amount of profit lost? How long will the business interruption coverage last?
With over 25 years of experience with property insurance claims, our seasoned attorneys have successfully prosecuted many property casualty cases in the Florida area and nationwide. We understand how frustrating this process can be while dealing with a devastating loss and are here to assist in the Property and Casualty claims process.
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At Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley, our Property Casualty Claims insurance lawyers are committed to helping you gain compensation for your property damage and property losses. We work on a contingency fee basis when handling property insurance claims and only receive a fee if you recover. There are also instances where our fees can be paid directly by the insurance carrier.
• Free, no-obligation case evaluation.
• No fee unless you recover.
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• Home and hospital visits.
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