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Daytona Beach Storm Damage Lawyer

Thunderstorms and other severe weather events such as tornadoes can be extremely devastating to homes and businesses, causing billions of dollars in damage every year. If your insurance company fails to cover your storm damage and acts in bad faith you may be without the financial compensation you need to get back to normal when your home or business has been damaged by storms.

As a policyholder, you trust that your insurance company will, at the very least, abide by the terms of your policy. It is important that they are held accountable so that you can obtain the resources that you need. Contact the Daytona Beach storm damage claims lawyers of Bundza & Rodriguez, discuss your claim. The firm has helped storm damage claimants throughout Florida as well as Volusia County, Flagler County and Brevard County.

Storm Damage

When a severe storm blows through, it can bring with it heavy rain, flooding, high winds, lightning, hail, and even tornadoes. All of these have the potential to cause significant damage to homes and commercial buildings. The costs of repairs to commercial buildings in particular are likely to be substantial due to the high concentration of glass used in these structures. Without the full and timely payment of insurance benefits, rebuilding and repairing can be prohibitively expensive.

If your home or commercial building was damaged in a heavy storm and your insurance company has balked on their commitment to cover your claim, you may need the help of an experienced attorney to get the payment to which you are entitled. The Daytona Beach storm damage lawyers at Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. can help you to ensure that your rights and interests are protected.

Types of Damage

The damage that storms can inflict on buildings will vary depending on the type and severity of the storm. The following are some of the potential kinds of damage that different storms can cause:

  • Cracked or shattered windows
  • Roof damage from hail
  • Damage from falling branches or trees
  • Water damage from flooding
  • Structural destabilization due to tornadoes

Without the help of a reliable insurance company paying for these damages can be difficult and most likely impossible especially in the event of severe damage from a tornado.

Contact Our Florida Storm Damage Lawyers Today

The Daytona Beach storm damage lawyers of Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. believe that if you sustain storm damage to your home or commercial building your insurance company has a duty to pay for the costs outlined in your policy. If your insurance company has failed to stand by their agreements we can help you hold them accountable and get the payment you deserve.

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