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Business Interruption Insurance Lawyers Fort Lauderdale

Dedicated Attorneys Fight to Uphold Clients’ Rights in Cases Involving Business Interruption Insurance After a Hurricane in Broward County, Palm Beach County, and Throughout Florida

Has your Business’ income been interrupted or affected by a Hurricane?

Your business may have had a type of coverage that insured you for the loss of business due to a hurricane, called ” Business Interruption Insurance”.

Do not sign any releases or papers that you do not understand fully before consulting with a law firm whose attorneys understand and can explain your legal rights to make a claim or file a lawsuit regarding business interruption insurance.

Get Free Advice From An Experienced Business Interruption Insurance Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 954-525-2345 or Fill Out Our Free Case Evaluation Form.

Your business had no power, no lights, no phone. No motorcar. Not a single luxury, as the song goes from Gilligan’s Island. All of this meant that your business was shuttered, maybe not only figuratively but literally. Now, getting back up and running may not be an immediate option.

Business Interruption Claims- Before a Hurricane Hits

You will need to take the following steps:

  1. Remove all key business documents from risky locations.
  2. Buy a watertight container place all key papers inside it, including:
    • Business Agreements
    • Tax returns
    • Sales records
    • Bank accounts
    • Payroll records
    • Other records specific to your business
  3. Gather all of your personal documents, and add these to the container as well, including:
    • Will
    • Trust documents
    • Mortgage documents
    • Marriage licenses
    • Passports
    • Birth certificates
  4. It may be a good idea to scan key records and email them securely to a secure -server off location. Or to buy and use an Iron Key memory stick with a password to store the data. The data can be stored as PDF images, also. Originals are always highly preferred, for legal purposes, of course.

Find Out What Your Case Is Worth – Call 954-525-2345 or Fill Out Our Free Case Evaluation Form.

Business Interruption Lawsuit – After a Hurricane Hits

If your business papers are not soggy or windblown, you should locate and assemble certain proof. Use the section above as a reference.

Document your business interruption claim.

Anticipate that records will be asked for. You cannot simply say ” sorry, everything was all destroyed, now pay up.” The insurance companies may tolerate and grant some leeway or laxity of providing immediate proofs and papers but not for long and not if you are going to ask them for a lot of money.

The lack of proof is usually something that grinds the processing of a business interruption insurance claim to a screeching halt, and this is usually the point in time when you should turn to us, your Hurricane Business Interruption Claims Attorneys.

There are some different types or categories of loss when your Hurricane Lawyer looks at your policy.

Most business interruption policies categorize the types of loss into:

Contact an Experienced Hurricane and Property Damage Claims Attorney in Fort Lauderdale for a Free Consultation About Your Business Interruption Insurance

These claims can be very expensive to litigate, sometimes requiring a forensic accounting, several crucial depositions, motions for the preservation of trade secrets, customer lists, and other confidential information to avoid its release to competitors. There may be several expert witnesses needed, such as forensic accountants, economists, and persons with industry-specific knowledge.If your business has been shut down or impaired due to a Hurricane, and your had business interruption insurance but are not getting a fair and square claim offer, or perhaps are even being told that there is no coverage for your hurricane losses, then please contact us today for a free legal consultation about your case.

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    John K. Lawlor

    John K. Lawlor, a South Florida personal injury attorney who focuses his practice on complex personal injury, wrongful death, and professional malpractice, founded the law firm of Lawlor, White & Murphey in 1996. Since 1995, Mr. Lawlor’s trial advocacy and litigation skills, as well as his wide-ranging legal expertise, have provided plaintiffs and their families with a distinct advantage when seeking financial compensation and justice for injuries caused by the negligence of others.

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    Ben Murphey

    A partner at Lawlor, White & Murphey and a distinguished personal injury lawyer, Ben Murphey tries complex disputes that include civil appeals, maritime and admiralty claims, wrongful death, and labor disputes. Mr. Murphey has been recognized for his excellence in the area of personal injury litigation by being rewarded with a 10/10 Avvo Rating and named a Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for 2010-2013 and Super Lawyers 2014-2019.

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    Anthony B. White

    Since 1994, seasoned litigation and trial lawyer Anthony B. White has helped thousands of accident victims seek damages due to injuries sustained as a result of another party’s negligence. Included in America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals and selected to the 2012, 2014-2019 editions of Florida Super Lawyers, Mr. White specializes in car accidents, insurance disputes, wrongful death, product liability, and medical malpractice cases.


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