Florida law requires insurance companies to honor the terms of a policy, as it is a binding agreement. You pay valuable premiums in exchange for a promise to be paid fairly for unexpected damage. If the insurance company delays, denies, or undervalues your claim, they may be violating their legal obligations and adjusting your claim in bad faith.
Civil Remedy Notices, which are filed with the Florida Department of Financial Services, force the insurance company to examine their claims handling and consider fixing any improper adjustments or errors with a monetary “cure.” Our experience with Civil Remedy Notices may help you recover before or alongside the filing of a lawsuit. We will advise your insurance company of where they went wrong and how they need to fix it, so you can find peace.