Arizona Business Insurance Policy Lawyers
Property insurance protects businesses when disaster hits. It can provide the resources to rebuild after a fire or a natural disaster such as a flood or earthquake, protecting your investment in the building, fixtures and other real property belonging to your business. While property insurance is not required to operate a business, most business owners purchase such insurance for this reason. Like a homeowners’ policy, it offers peace of mind.
Helping Businesses Obtain the Benefits Promised by Their Commercial Insurance Company
The business owner may feel that all the premiums paid were a waste of money if the carrier denies a legitimate property damage claim or delays payment. In addition to losing money, he or she now has to fight the insurance carrier, taking valuable time away from rebuilding the company. At Surrano Law Offices in the Phoenix area, we help business owners challenge insurance companies after their property damages claims have been denied or otherwise handled in bad faith. We use our more than 25 years of experience to help businesses obtain the insurance benefits they paid for. Contact our bad faith insurance attorneys at 602.264.1077.
Do Not Risk Your Business. Our Lawyers Can Help After a Natural Disaster.
Our lawyers help business owners with their basic property damage claims. Such claims typically cover damage to property caused by fire, explosions, storms, smoke, riots, vandalism, and sprinkler leaks. Some policies also cover broken windows and other glass items. Extensive damage in any of these areas can close a business for some time, often to the point where it may not open again. Insurance can help prevent the permanent closing of your business. However, when the carrier does not pay the claim, it is time to consult a lawyer who can help protect the future of your operation.
Making Sure the Property Damage Adjuster Does the Job Correctly
We work to help policyholders get the full value of the property insurance policy they purchased. We challenge the claims processing of the insurer, ensure that the carrier conducts an adequate investigation, and require the insurance claims adjuster to either recommend an appropriate settlement or make an offer to pay the claim for the property damage in full. It is difficult for business owners, especially owners of small businesses, to take the time and make the effort to force big insurance companies to act as required by insurance law. Our attorneys will take care of the details, allowing you to get your business back on track.
Contact a Phoenix Commercial Property Damage Claims Lawyer Today
If your insurance carrier has denied you benefits for a business insurance or commercial property damage claim, contact us at our Phoenix area office. Learn about your rights and your options.
Serving clients throughout Arizona with their insurance bad faith lawsuits