Wind Storms

Wind storms can occur pretty commonly, and they cover a wide range of types of storms. While a tornado or hurricane could fall under the category of a wind storm, so could a simple weather event with high guests of wind that often hit flat regions of the country. If your home, office, church or other property is damaged by a wind storm, you have a right to anticipate a timely and complete payment based upon the coverage outlined in your existing insurance policy. As long as you have been keeping up with your premiums, there is no reason to expect that you should have any trouble obtaining a full payout on your claim. However, if your claim is unfairly delayed or denied, you should talk to a bad faith insurance claim attorney in order to make sure that you receive a fair settlement and potential punitive damages.

Our team of bad faith insurance claim attorneys has a strong track record of getting clients full repayment of their claims and of forcing prompt repayment in accordance with the terms of the existing insurance policies. Some insurance companies will simply delay claims and hope that their customers do not fight back, so simply showing that you are willing to stand up and fight for what is rightfully yours may be enough to speed up the process in and of itself. We will always aim to get you a quick settlement that does not drag out and go to court, but we are willing to take whatever course of action is ultimately in your best interest. We won’t back away from a battle if that’s the course of action that needs to be taken.

Whether you are dealing with an insurance broker or agent misrepresentation or the unfair cancellation of an insurance policy following a claim, our team of attorneys has relevant experience in similar cases thanks to years of work in this field. As a result, they’ll know how to proceed in your particular case in order to give you the highest possible chance of getting the money that you deserve.