Hurricanes in Florida are a significant cause of property damage. Every year, hurricanes and tropical storms cause millions of dollars’ worth of damages. Hurricane Sally is one of the worst storms to hit Florida in recent years. If you suffered property damage at your home or business because of Hurricane Sally, you may need an attorney’s assistance in pursuing fair compensation from a property insurance company.
The Hurricane Sally insurance claims attorneys at Williams Law, P.A., know how to help clients in Tampa recover full compensation for their losses. We can take immediate legal action on your behalf, including negotiating a fair settlement with your property insurance company. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Why Hire Our Hurricane Insurance Claims Attorneys?
- We have over 25 years of experience going up against insurance companies and other defendants in pursuit of maximum compensation for personal injuries and property damages.
- We have obtained over $100 million for our clients during damage claims, including hurricane, storm and other property damage claims in Tampa.
- We offer assistance with Hurricane Sally insurance claims for $0 upfront. We will bill you for our services only after we successfully recover compensation for your property claim.
Hurricane Sally Facts
Hurricane Sally was the seventh hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and the first to make landfall in Alabama since 2004. It started over the Bahamas as a tropical depression, then escalated to a hurricane after making landfall at Key Biscayne. It made landfall as a Category 2 hurricane in Alabama, with 105-mile-per-hour winds. Almost all of Florida saw showers and thunderstorms from Hurricane Sally, with many counties on the Gulf Coast evacuated. The brunt of Hurricane Sally impacted cities between Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida, with many outlying areas affected as well. South Florida saw heavy rain and flash flooding.
- Key West
- Lower Matecumbe Key
- The Florida Panhandle
- Tiger Point
- Panama City
- East Tampa
- Southwestern Lee County
Common types of damage from Hurricane Sally include flooding, water damage, mold, wood rot, wind damage, roof damage, hail damage and structural damage. The total damage is estimated at over $7 billion. If Hurricane Sally damaged your property, it is important to protect yourself by pursuing a property insurance claim. First, take immediate action to prevent further damage to your property. Then, contact a Tampa hurricane damage attorney for assistance with the insurance claims process.
Do You Need a Hurricane Sally Insurance Claims Attorney?
It can be tough to successfully file a Florida property insurance claim and recover fair compensation. Insurance companies do not want to maximize their clients’ recoveries. Instead, insurers often refuse to offer fair settlements so they can increase their profits. After you hire an attorney, your insurance company will have no choice but to handle your claim fairly. The insurer will have to pay a valid claim and offer a fair amount to repair or replace your damaged property. Your lawyer can negotiate with the property insurance company on your behalf to ensure the best possible outcome. It can be especially important to hire a Hurricane Sally insurance claims attorney if you suffered expensive property losses.
Don’t Wait – Call a Hurricane Sally Claims Lawyer Today
Several deadlines may apply to your Hurricane Sally property insurance claim, including claim deadlines by FEMA, the IRS and your insurance company. It is important to act quickly to make sure you file within your time limit. Typically, you have no more than one year to file your Proof of Loss forms, then an additional year from the date you receive an insurance settlement offer to file a lawsuit, if necessary. Contacting a lawyer sooner rather than later can help you fully protect your rights.
Has Your Home Insurance Company Denied Or Undervalued Your Property Damage Claim In Florida?
If your insurance company is dragging their feet regarding your property damage claim you should speak with an experienced insurance claim lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Florida law office directly at 800.451.6786 to schedule your free consultation. We help Florida residents just like you fight the big insurance companies who fail to abide by their own policies. Remember, we work on a contingent basis, meaning you don't pay us anything until we win your case.