Experienced, Aggressive Representation For Condominium Insurance Claims

Condominium associations and condo owners may encounter myriad problems collecting on insurance policies. Like homeowners, condo associations and individual unit owners may have disputes with their insurance carriers. In addition, individual unit owners and their governing boards may disagree over who is responsible for damages, who collects on the claim and how repairs are handled.

The Florida insurance claim lawyers of Williams Law Association, P.A., provide experienced representation for the complicated insurance issues that homeowners associations and condo unit owners face in Tampa, Florida, and the surrounding areas. Since 1995, firm founder K.C. Williams has focused almost solely on the rights and needs of individuals and businesses with insurance claims.

Did your insurance company refuse to pay for condominium damages from water, wind, fire, or hurricanes or storms? Our Florida insurance claim attorneys can help. Call for a free consultation at (800) 451-6786.

Insurance Claims For Condominiums And Apartments Can Be Complicated

Generally, a condominium complex is protected by a master policy of the condominium board or homeowners association (HOA). Unit owners may also purchase insurance that provides coverage beyond the master policy, including losses of personal property.

Condo boards, general counsel for homeowners associations and unit owners come to our attorneys for advice and representation for nearly any type of condo claim:

When we represent you on your insurance claim, we will pursue fair compensation for the repairs or replacement and clean-up, and other financial loss that you or your association incurs as a result of the damage. Bringing in experts as needed, we will thoroughly review your claim and investigate your case.

If your insurance company refuses to settle your case favorably by denying, delaying or underpaying your claim, we are experienced and aggressive trial lawyers who understand how to effectively litigate your case.

Contact Williams Law Association, P.A., Today

We serve clients from offices in Tampa, Brandon and New Port Richey. Our services are handled on a contingency basis, meaning we charge attorneys’ fees and costs only when we obtain compensation for your claim. In many cases, our fees and costs may be paid separately by the insurance company.

We offer free consultations. Call us today at (800) 451-6786.