On June 5, 2015, a powerful wind storm hit the Leesburg area in Lake County, Florida.  The storm was strong enough to tear off roofs, and damage shingles.

As a lawyer for policy holders for the past 25 years, I know that there will be insurance claims arising from this storm which insurance companies will wrongly deny, delay or underpay.  It is inevitable.

What do you do if you have claim that is denied, delayed or underpaid?  That is easy.

Regardless of the size of the claim, or what you think the merits are, let me review your claim for free.  Do Not review your insurance claim by yourself.

My promise to you is simple.  I’ll review your insurance claim for free.  If the insurance company is doing the right thing, I’ll let you know.  If not, I’ll let you know that too.  Leave your checkbook and credit cards at home.  You won’t need them.

In most of my insurance cases, if I win, the insurance company is required to pay my attorney’s fees and costs, and if I lose, I’ll work for free.

If there is one message I want to get across to every policy holders, it is this:

A denial letter is not the end of the inquiry, it is just the beginning!  Do not be intimidated by a denial letter no matter how strong you think it is.

Every insurance case I’ve ever won has one thing in common.  They all started with “NO.”

Mark Nation