Hurricanes can leave condominium owners and condo associations with few options in the wake of the storm. As more condos go up in prime coastal areas, more condo owners must contend with their own insurance policies and the policies held by the management company or board when severe storms do strike—and the process can be prohibitively complicated.
Condo Owners Can Lose Faith After Hurricane
Damage Insurance Claims, But We Can Help
Some condominium buildings can languish with poor, temporary repairs for months or years while the insurance claims are sorted out. These claims often involve many different parties, policies, and damages, and it’s not unusual for claims to be hung up in complications and finger-pointing. Some policies may have confusing or overlapping coverage, and structural damage covered by the main policy may cause damage to personal item inside units. On top of these complications, insurance companies may also take steps to minimize and undervalue hurricane claims. In the end, many condominium policyholders are left without answer, and over time, policyholders may start to lose all hope of a fair recovery from their hurricane damage.
Don’t Lose Hope Before You Get Legal Help With Difficult Condominium Insurance Claims
Hurricanes are often devastating storms that leave an obvious trail of destruction across a wide area, but even smaller or less severe storms can leave condominium owners with serious problems and risky living conditions. Because both hurricanes and condominium insurance can be so complicated, there is a benefit to bringing in legal guidance when the going gets rough. An experienced policyholder attorney can help you maximize and take control of a hurricane claim that isn’t working out the way it should.
If you are having trouble getting the resolution you need from your condominium insurance coverage, don’t hesitate to contact our office by phone or use the confidential contact form on this page to get in touch with our team online.