Daytona Beach Hotel Damage Insurance Claim Lawyer
The Daytona Beach hotel damage lawyers at Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. have represented hotel owners with properties that have sustained significant damage from wind, water, among other damages. Hotel owners must not only address the significant damages to their buildings and other property when a large hurricane loss occurs, but also must address existing guests’ needs as well as future reservations, all of which often leads to a substantial business interruption (or business income loss) claim.
Hotels are large buildings and damage to critical systems can be costly to address. Many hotel insurance policies cover a wide range of these possible losses or damages. Not receiving the insurance payment you need after a disaster on your property can lead to a complete loss of the business, which is what having hotel insurance is supposed to help you prevent. If your insurer is not behaving in good faith, our insurance lawyers may be able of assistance.
Most often commercial or hotel insurance policies will provide for business income coverage during the period of restoration for the covered loss to the property. However, a hotel insured’s business income loss claim can be severely underpaid if the insurance company’s adjuster underestimates the scope or amount of loss. Likewise, even when the period of restoration is agreed upon between the insurance company and the hotel insured, the method of calculating the amount owed for the business income loss portion of the claim can also often be in dispute.
Contact Our Experienced Daytona Beach Hotel Damage Lawyers Today
At Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A., our attorneys have represented Florida commercial property owners including those in Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Flagler County and Brevard County with their hotel property claims. We have the necessary experience in fighting back on our clients’ behalf when the insurance company fails to live up to their end of the bargain.