Will there be enough money left over after paying attorney's fees to fix my property?
Will There Be Money Left Over After Attorney Fees?Most states allow persons filing a lawsuit related to an insurance claim to recover attorney's fees, as well as other major damages, if the person filing the claim is successful.
Unlike individuals handling their own claim or hiring Public Adjusters, Attorneys have the ability - if successful in their efforts - to collect extra damages against the insurance carrier. These damages include penalties, pre-judgment interest, post judgment interest, treble damages (increasing your damage amount equal to 3 times the actual damage), attorney's fees and more. If the above damages are collected there should be plenty of money left after attorney's fees to pay for repairs.
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