Property insurance companies sometimes undervalue or deny plumbing leak claims. You may even have difficulties understanding the terms of your insurance policy, to begin with. Your property insurance policy may or may not cover your specific type of pipe leak. Even if your plumbing leak is a type of loss covered by your policy, the process of filing a claim for compensation can be overwhelming and confusing.
If you have a plumbing leak in your home or business and your insurer has denied your claim, call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today at 1-800-747-3733 for a case evaluation.
Plumbing Leaks Often Covered by Property Insurance Policies
Per the terms of your property insurance policy, you must be compensated by your property insurance company for the repair of a leak covered by your plan. Some types of plumbing issues that may be covered include:
- Structural water damage to your home or business
- Water damage to personal items
If you are experiencing these types of problems in your Orlando home or business and you plan to file an insurance claim to cover your losses, do not wait. The sooner you take action, the sooner we can build your case. Call us right away at 1-800-747-3733 to learn how we may able to assist you with your insurance claim.
For a free legal consultation with a pipe leak claims lawyer serving Orlando, 800-747-3733
We May Be Able to Help You Recover from Your Insurance Company
In Orlando, we defend our clients’ rights and pursue compensation on their behalf, in the event that an insurer unfairly reduces or denies a claim for a pipe leak. Once you decide to retain our firm, we immediately begin working on your behalf by:
- Investigating your claim
- Compiling evidence
- Communicating with all relevant parties
- Keep you updated at all stages of your case
- Negotiating a fair settlement on your behalf
- Litigating your claim in court, if necessary
All Florida insurance policyholders have rights under state law when filing claims. Our attorneys are familiar with these rights and we hold insurance companies liable when they violate these rights. However, when a pipe leak occurs, waiting to pursue a leak can have detrimental effects on your case and the ability to file a claim for compensation.
Property insurers can reduce or deny claims based on a failure to mitigate or prevent further damages that result from the initial leak. Florida law requires that homeowner’s claims must be brought within four years from the date of the initial loss or the homeowner forgoes their right to file.
If you have a plumbing leak in the Orlando area and you are considering filing an insurance claim, call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine now at 1-800-747-3733 to discuss your options.
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