When floodwaters rise, homeowners are often left footing the bills for extensive damages and safety issues, even though they have carried and paid for their flood insurance for years. Between insurance company representatives, assessment crews, government relief programs, policy details, and all the other people and issues homeowners must deal with, the aftermath of a major flood can be overwhelming and confusing for its residential victims—and it isn’t always clear where to turn if something goes wrong with the insurance process.
Homeowners Can Turn to an Experienced Legal Team for Help With Difficult Flood Insurance Claims
Floods leave complex damage behind, and those damages often displace homeowners or require extensive repairs before a home is back to livable, pre-flood conditions. However, insurance companies aren’t always willing to pay fairly for flood damages, and these companies often work to minimize how much they must pay for a residential flood insurance claim, especially when large areas are affected.
When homeowners are unable to get the results they need from their flood policies, it is possible for them to take their claims to the next level with the help of a skilled attorney. Our legal team has extensive experience with policyholder claims of all kinds, and we have helped numerous homeowners fight for what they deserve when:
- The insurance company unfairly refuses a legitimate homeowner claim for flood damages.
- The insurance company refuses to pay for indirect water and mold damage.
- The insurance company refuses to pay for cleanup of mold and mildew damage.
- The insurance company refuses to identify full damages and pay for full replacement.
- The insurance company delays resolution and payments for flood damage.
The Fast Way to Get Help When Flood Insurance Claims Get Complicated
The Voss Law Firm helps homeowners take action when they are being treated unfairly by their insurance companies, and our legal team is not afraid to maximize your claim for flood damage and take the matter to ligation if you can’t come to a satisfactory resolution. For more information, see our free book, Your Essential Guide to Residential Claims, or speak directly with our experienced policyholder attorneys by phone today.