My client was at home during a severe hail and wind storm which occurred on March 24, 2013. She even has pictures large pieces of hail in her hand. Her roof sustained significant hail and wind damage. She promptly called her homeowners insurance company to report the claim, and it promptly denied the claim – saying they were unaware of any storm, and did not see any storm damage.
I promptly filed a lawsuit against the insurance company for breach of contract. Over the years, I’ve handled more than 1,000 roof damage cases against homeowners insurance companies.
As with most of my insurance cases: If I win, the insurance company must pay my attorney’s fees and costs; and if I lose, I’ll work for free.
Remember, the denial of your claim is not the end of the inquiry, it’s just the beginning. Almost every insurance case I’ve ever won all have one thing in common. They all started with “no.”