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Voss Law Firm Offers Free Help to Hurricane Sandy Victims
Insurance claim management attorney Bill Voss discusses the damage done by Hurricane Sandy and what business owners can do in the storm’s aftermath to get the most out of their insurance claim.
THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS (NOVEMBER 2012) – Over the east coast, millions of residents and business owners are celebrating the fact that the devastating winds and torrential rains that Hurricane Sandy brought with it are finally gone. However, the real catastrophe of Hurricane Sandy is far from over: forecasting companies like AIR Worldwide and Eqecat are predicting that the storm will cost upwards of $50 billion in economic losses.
The Voss Law Firm understands that the storm damaged thousands of businesses and other properties—and that many business owners and property owners are unsure of what to do regarding their Hurricane Sandy insurance claims. In their time of need, the insurance claim attorneys at The Voss Law Firm are offering complimentary, private consultations to those who need legal guidance after the superstorm. They are also offering a free copy of their book, The Basics of Commercial Insurance, to commercial property owners who have recently been impacted by a covered loss.
Insurance companies are now experiencing a flood of damage claims from property and business owners from states along the entire eastern seaboard, including Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Vermont. Insurers will likely feel the stress and financial pressure of processing large numbers of claims—issues that can sometimes lead to inaccurate outcomes, wrongful denials, inappropriate delays, and other issues.
For this very reason, Hurricane Attorney Bill Voss urges commercial property owners to read The Basics of Commercial Insurance BEFORE filing their commercial property insurance claim.