Denied Homeowners Insurance Claim? What to do Next

Homeowners insurance is meant to protect homeowners from financial losses due to unforeseen events such as natural disasters, theft, and other types of damage. However, sometimes Florida homeowner’s insurance companies may deny or underpay a claim, leaving homeowners feeling frustrated and unsure of what to do next.

The first step for homeowners who have had their claim denied is to review their denial letter received from insurance company and understand the reason for the denial. Insurance policies can be complex and homeowners may not fully understand all the terms and conditions. Seeking the help of homeowner’s insurance attorneys is a great idea at this stage.

If you think the denial is unjustified, you have the right to appeal to the insurance company. This process involves submitting a written request to the insurance company asking them to reconsider their decision. It is important to include any additional information or documentation that may support the claim. As you may imagine, the odds of winning your appeal are low.

The other option you always have (at any stage) is hiring a lawyer. A lawyer can review the policy, help you prepare a case, and represent them in court if necessary.

It is important to note that each insurance claim is unique and the steps homeowners take will depend on the specific circumstances of their claim. However, by reviewing the policy, filing an appeal, and hiring a lawyer, homeowners can take action to ensure they receive a fair settlement for their claim. Don’t hesitate to call the Homeowner’s Insurance Attorneys at VCM Law Group for a free consultation regarding all your available options. Contact them at 786-361-6887 or