Do Not Take The First Settlement Offer You Are Given

While the idea of purchasing insurance to act as a safety net in life is a good idea, the claims process does not always go smoothly. If you have submitted a claim for property damage to your insurance provider, you might worry that their initial offer is too small. Just like any other business, an insurance company's goal is to make as much money as possible. So, when it comes down to how much you receive in your insurance claim, they will likely offer you the smallest settlement possible.

Fortunately, you do not have to agree to the first offer your insurance gives you, as the amount offered is up for negotiation. However, if you plan on negotiating for a better offer, prepare yourself for a fight with our help. MAS Law Firm helps Florida residents counter lowball settlement offers after major storms and other types of damages.

You Can Ask For A Larger Settlement From Your Insurance

If you try to negotiate for a better offer from your insurance, it will not be easy. It is common for your insurer to try to avoid paying for expenses by claiming that some damage existed before the reported cause of loss, or other damages were a result of neglect afterward. During your efforts, your insurer will likely coax or even pressure you to accept a low settlement. Remember, it is your right to ask for an appropriate settlement to cover damages under your policy. Our determined attorneys can negotiate on your behalf to obtain your rightful payment.

We Are Here To Help

If you or a loved one is struggling to get the insurance company to pay their part, see an attorney who can help you today. We at MAS Law Firm know how to fight insurance companies for what they owe. If you are in the Miami area, contact us online or at 855-391-5737, and set up a free consultation with a lawyer today.


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