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Insurance Disputes

An insurance policy is a contract between an insurance company and policy holder, where the policy holder pays money, usually called premiums, and in exchange receives defined financial reimbursement and protections against covered losses from the insurance company.  Insurance Disputes may occur when the policy holder and insurance company do not agree a loss is covered by the policy. Or, if the loss is covered, do not agree to the amount of the loss. Both individuals and businesses purchase insurance policies. Common types of insurance claims where Insurance Disputes arise include: 

  • Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims

  • Uninsured Motorists claims

  • Windshield & Autobody repair claim

  • Hurricane damage claims

  • Water & mold damage claims

  • Fire damage claims

  • Storm & hail damage claims

  • Homeowner's insurance claims

  • Renter's insurance claims

  • Condo insurance claims

  • Boat insurance

  • Motorcycle insurance

  • Injury claims

  • Business owner's policy claims

  • General liability insurance claims

  • Professional liability insurance claims

  • Commercial property insurance claims

  • Directors and officers insurance claims

  • Errors & omissions claims

  • Liquor liability insurance claims

  • Business interruption claims

  • Commercial auto insurance claims

  • Cyber liability insurance claims

  • Marine insurance claims

  • Marina insurance claims

  • Boatyard insurance claims

If you have questions regarding your insurance policy, a potential insurance claim, or already have an insurance dispute, call 813-825-1267 or email me for a free confidential consultation and initial case review with a Tampa Bay area insurance dispute attorney.