Daytona Beach Residential & Commercial Property Damage Lawyer
A person’s home is usually their most important asset. Residential and commercial property losses can lead to extreme emotional and financial stress and can even cause the insured homeowner to be without a place to live based on the insurance company’s coverage decision. At Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. our Daytona Beach property damage lawyers have experience in assisting homeowners with their residential property loss damage claims or businesses with their commercial claims. We only represent policyholders and do not work for any of the insurance companies.
Types of Residential & Commercial Property Claims
Homeowner & commercial insurance policies vary widely in both scope and amount of coverage. Below are some types of loss that your policy may cover:
- Bad Faith Insurance Claims
- Business Interruption Insurance Claims
- Commercial Property Insurance Claims
- Condominium Property Insurance Claims
- Fire & Smoke Damage
- Flood Damage
- Hail Damage
- Hotel Damage Insurance Claims
- Hurricane Insurance Claims
- Insurance Agent Negligence
- Mold Claims
- Storm Damage
- Theft & Vandalism Insurance Claims
- Tornado Damage
- Water Damage
- Wind Damage
Property insurance protects a homeowner from the expense of restoring real and personal property to its original state after an accident. Homeowners pay large premiums to their insurers to protect the value of their homes and other property. In return, insureds expect that a property claim will be paid fully, and in an efficient and timely manner when disaster strikes. Unfortunately, many homeowners instead find that an insurance company has failed them. Rejected or underpaid insurance claims often force a homeowner to pay out-of-pocket to repair or replace real and personal property damaged in an emergency incident.
Why hire an Attorney for Property Damage
Many homeowners believe that hiring a public adjuster is the best choice when they need representation regarding a property damage claim. Often this is due to the assumption that public adjusters cost less than attorneys. However, when a public adjuster has exhausted all routes available to him or her, there is no next step for a homeowner to take except to file a lawsuit. At this point, the homeowner will retain an attorney and will now have to pay for the services of both the adjuster and the attorney.
How Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. Can Help With Your Daytona Beach Property Damage Claim
The Daytona Beach property damage lawyers at Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. have represented residential and commercial property owners in Florida including in Volusia County, Flagler County and Brevard County. If you believe you are not being treated fairly by your insurance company we can help. If your homeowners’ property damage insurance claim has been denied or delayed please call us to discuss your case.