Tornado Damage Attorney
Tornado damage can be devastating and may completely demolish a home or business. Tornado damage can also result in damage to a home that renders it a complete loss. Most homeowners policies cover damage from tornadoes, which are usually classified as a high wind event. This can help a family pay for damage sustained during this devastating weather condition, including repairing damage, replacing roofs, and paying for damaged personal property. However, the claims processes can be very difficult and insurance companies know how to make this process even harder. When you make a mistake, your claim will get denied.
At Schlacter Law, we do not think the hardest thing about tornado damage should be the insurance claim. We do not allow insurance companies to hide from their obligations. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients against insurance companies. We offer a FREE consultation, and, if we accept your case, we will aggressively pursue your case. This includes hiring professionals and experts to prove the damage to your property and what the repairs will cost. There is no risk to ask for our help because we only get paid when we recover compensation for you. Call our award-winning law firm by dialing (305) 999-1111 or fill out a free case evaluation to discover what our tornado damage claim lawyer at Schlacter Law can do for you.
Get Schlacter Law to Support Your Tornado Damage Claim
Tornado damage is a very serious type of natural event that can completely destroy a home or compromise its structure. Most insurance policies cover this type of damage, however far too many insurance companies will try to minimize your claim to underpay you or deny it. Call our tornado damage lawyer at Schlacter Law for a FREE consultation to learn what your case may be worth and how we can start protecting your rights to compensation today.
How We Handle Cases
- Your attorney will aggressively investigate your claim. Schlacter Law will compile all necessary evidence needed to maximize the value of your claim. Schlacter Law will also retain on your behalf experts to evaluate the scope of your claim. In other words, the experts will be retained to determine the cost of all of your necessary repairs. These experts may include but not be limited to professional adjusters, engineers, roofers, plumbers and general contractors.
- You will remain in constant contact with Schlacter Law about the progression of your claim.
- Your attorney will present your case to the insurance company and will attempt to resolve your case before the case goes to court for maximum compensation.
- Your attorney will make every effort possible to resolve the case as quickly as possible for the most amount of money you may be entitled to. You will be actively involved in the negotiation process with your attorney. Schlacter Law understands that this is your one opportunity to get justice for your loss.
- If settlement negotiations are unsuccessful, Schlacter Law will be fully prepared to bring your case to court to fight for the justice you deserve.
- Schlacter Law will hire any experts and professionals needed to maximize your recovery and present your case in the strongest form possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have to file a claim?
As soon as you can do so. Most insurance policies require you to give notice of damage within days of the claim. It is imperative that as soon as any damage occurs, you should immediately contact your insurance company to open a claim. Never delay in any claim, especially a tornado damage claim.
What may I recover in a tornado damage claim?
It depends on what policy and coverage that you have. Since most policies classify tornado damage as wind damage, you may be entitled to get compensation for repairs to your property, replacements for your property, like the roof or broken windows, and the damage to your personal property.
How much does a tornado damage claim lawyer cost?
Nothing upfront. In some instances where an insurance company improperly denies coverage or fails to honor a claim and you successfully challenge the insurance company in court, Florida law requires the insurance company to pay for your attorney’s fees. In other ircumstances, we may agree to accept your claim on a contingency fee agreement. This means that we only get paid after we recover compensation for your insurance claim.