On behalf of Faricy Law Firm, P.A. posted in Business insurance claims on Wednesday, January 25, 2017.
Life happens, and when it does, it can affect you in ways that you never expected. An unforeseen tragedy or catastrophe could destroy your car, ruing your home or leave you in desperate need of your insurance provider to help you.
These things that happen to individuals can also happen to businesses and other parties. These organizations also have insurance so that when an office fire, a meteorological event or some other disaster strikes, their business and their offices are protected. Dealing with these insurance claims is a major undertaking, by both the business and the insurance company. The business will seek a business interruption claim with their insurance provider -- but these claims, like many other insurance claims, aren't always fulfilled in good faith by the insurance provider.
When businesses are out of operation due to an unfortunate even as described above, it is imperative that action is taking immediately by insurance companies to help the company get running again. If an insurance provider drags their feet or fails to properly meet the expectations and provisions outlined in the insurance policy, then the business needs to consider legal action to protect their interests and uphold their rights.
At Faricy Law Firm, we have extensive experience helping businesses with their insurance claims -- including business interruption claims. There are many factors to consider with these claims, both legal and otherwise. And when a company is dealing with such a high-stress situation, it is beneficial to have an attorney by your side.
Practice Areas: Business insurance claims