As countless homeowners and business owners are trying to recover from Hurricane Sandy, many business owners in Connecticut are wondering if they will recoup their losses and if they should file business insurance claims.
Because this storm is predicted to be a top-10 insured disaster, according to the Insurance Information Institute, it will cost tens of billions of dollars in personal property damage and business losses. Although insurance companies are inundated with hundreds of thousands of insurance claims and will most likely deny some insurance claims, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t file a Connecticut commercial insurance claim for your damages.
If you are wondering what is covered under your commercial insurance policy, take it out and read it. Make sure you also read the fine print so that you understand what is and isn’t covered under your policy. If you don’t have the time to spend reading your insurance policy, you may want to engage the help of a skilled commercial insurance attorney.
A lawyer who is familiar with insurance policies will be able to help you determine what damages will and won’t be covered under your policy, including:
- Wind damage
- Flood damage
- Fallen tree damage
- Lost business and income due to power outages
If you have suffered business losses due to Superstorm Sandy, you need to find out what compensation you may be entitled to. Find out today from an experienced business insurance attorney at the Voss Law Firm and get your business back up and running again. You can reach us at 888-614-7730 for a free consultation and a free copy of our book Commercial Property Owners Must Read This BEFORE Filing an Insurance Claim.