Helping Commercial Property Owners Hold Insurance Companies Accountable
When commercial property is damaged, filing an insurance claim can be a significant and specialized process. In many cases, this process will include filing the insurance claim paperwork to obtain benefits under a commercial property policy. There is specialized skill needed to ensure that the claim is properly paid in the appropriate time frame and in the appropriate amount. Unfortunately, insurers are often hesitant to pay out on claims and may delay the process or deny the claim altogether.
Experienced And Trusted Commercial Property Attorneys
If you own commercial property and find yourself facing the wrongful denial or delay of an insurance claim under your commercial property owner’s insurance policy, we can help. At Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, our lawyers use more than 70 years of combined experience ― meaning we can handle cases involving all aspects of commercial property insurance disputes, including:
- Failure to timely pay claims
- Bad faith denial of claims
- Failure to evaluate and assess damage
- Undervaluing claims
- Total loss claims
- Roof damage claims
- Flooding claims
- Partial loss claims
- Fire claims
- Theft claims
Our background as insurance defense attorneys gives us unique insight, as we know how insurance companies may attempt to avoid paying your claim. In addition, we have been the insured in a commercial property total loss and understand how to make a claim properly to receive every benefit that you paid for. Whether your claim has been unreasonably delayed or denied in bad faith, our firm provides tailored representation with respect and compassion for your situation.
Insurance companies need to be held accountable when they fail to meet their obligations under your policy. Contact us today to discuss your case during a FREE consultation. You can reach us online or call us at 304-247-9396 or toll free at 877-262-3376. While our office is in Huntington, we serve businesses throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio.
You Paid The Premiums, So You Should Be Covered
Our firm understands how important it is for you to get the compensation you need after your commercial property and/or business has been affected. Your responsibility has been to pay your insurance premiums. Your insurance company has a responsibility to follow through according to the details of your policy. We are not afraid to stand up to any insurance company to ensure that you get the benefits to which your coverage entitles you.