Rental insurance claims. Oftentimes, as a landlord, you do not have access to the premises unless you are requested by the tenant to make repairs or are showing the premises to a prospective buyer. You may not have access to the premises until the tenant vacates the premises. Upon entry onto the premises you discover for the first time that your tenants have vandalized the premises. Your insurance company may deny your claim interpreting your loss as wear and tear, or you failed to timely notify your insurance company of this loss.
A denial or delay in paying an insurance claim could cause you an extreme financial hardship. You don’t have to accept what your insurance company is offering you. You don’t have to accept your claim being denied.
We pursue insurance bad faith cases on a contingency basis so you will pay no attorney’s fees until there is a recovery on your insurance claim that was wrongfully denied.
Contact Rackohn & Rackohn today for effective legal representation.