Business insurance claims are very complex. When a business property is damaged or destroyed, the financial cost is greater sometimes than the cost of repairing or rebuilding the physical structure. Additional costs may include lost rents, loss of customers, temporary or permanent moving costs, and rental fees for a temporary location.
It can be difficult to establish the cost of these types of damages, and you may find that your business insurance claim is denied or decreased by your insurance company. Typical types of business interruption insurance offered by providers consist of: business interruption insurance, extended business interruption insurance, and contingent business interruption insurance.
Goldberg & Dohan has guided businesses through complex commercial insurance disputes for more than 10 years. Our Partners began in the field of insurance company defense, which means that we have substantial knowledge about how insurance companies operate and how best to build an argument on your behalf.
If your business has been damaged or destroyed, it may be in your best financial interest to seek immediate legal advice, even before you file your claim. Or, if you have already filed your claim for business property losses, but the claim has been denied or decreased by your insurance company, our lawyers can step into the negotiations on your behalf. If negotiation proves fruitless, then we will quickly file a lawsuit and litigate forcefully to obtain the best possible financial result.
If you, or someone you know are seeking legal advice regarding an insurance claim after a business loss, call our office now at 305-536-3400, toll free at 1-800-270-1710, e-mail us, or complete a free case evaluation for a consultation directly with one of our attorneys.