Ideally, insurance companies would have your best interests in mind after an accident. After all, isn’t the purpose of insurance to protect people when the unexpected happens? The reality, though, is that insurance companies are notorious for not holding up their end of the bargain. Instead, they place profit concerns over the well-being of policyholders.
If this happens to you, then you need a lawyer who can help you stand up for your rights and maximize your compensation.
K.C. Williams, of Williams Law Association, has been helping Florida residents with insurance and personal injury claims for more than 20 years. Whether you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident or your property has been damaged because of a sinkhole, hurricane, flood or fire, Williams Law Association can help.
The thing to keep in mind is that, even if you’re suffering, the insurance company’s goal is to minimize or completely deny your claim. To achieve that end, these companies have experienced attorneys on their side, and it is only fair that you have a strong legal advocate on your side to protect your rights and ensure that you get the full amount of compensation you deserve.
We understand what you’re going through. Your health and financial future may be at stake, and dealing with an insurance company that doesn’t hold up its end of the agreement can be extremely frustrating, especially if you’re suffering physically and the bills keep piling up.
Let an experienced insurance claims attorney handle your case and get results.
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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.