After the devastating damage Hurricane Laura wreaked across the Gulf, is your insurance company ready to respond? With at least six people dead, widespread power outages, and severe winds and flooding, many Louisianians are facing damage and loss to their homes and businesses. Warhurst Law is here to help.
Hurricanes are destructive – not only do they tear down buildings, homes, and churches, they also destroy lives, emotions, and memories. But to your insurance company, hurricanes are big business and mean big money. In fact, Fortune already predicts insured losses between 10 and 20 billion dollars for the industry from Hurricane Laura alone. The insurance companies do not want to let go of this money without a fight. We have already seen this happen, with residents of Florida waiting more than a year to recover claims from Hurricane Michael.
After a Category 4 hurricane like Laura, it is not a good time to be the “little guy” when you need help rebuilding your life right now.
Louisiana hurricane claims attorneys with insider industry knowledge
Making a hurricane insurance claim for property damage after a storm should be straightforward, right? Your insurance representative sold you on a policy and assured you that your condo, business, church, or home would be completely covered in the event of a natural disaster. But then, after winds and rain ravage your property, an adjuster points out exemptions, clauses, and fine print. Or they make an offer that couldn’t possibly address the amount of property damage sustained.
This is when you need attorneys who understand the mind of an insurance adjuster. Attorney Gene Warhurst started his career in the insurance industry as a property and auto claims adjuster, and knows exactly how these types of investigations and evaluations work. Using this knowledge, over the past two decades, our firm has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. We’re not afraid to take on an insurance company when they deny or undervalue your claim – but they may be afraid to take on Warhurst!
Let Warhurst protect you and your investment
Whether you sustained damage to your home, business, or place of worship, your property is your investment – not just another file at an insurance company. Our attorneys are experienced and trained to recognize the signs of an undervalued claim, as well as how to negotiate with adjusters to get the compensation you deserve for your losses.
At the Warhurst Law Firm, we will not let your insurance company take advantage of you after a devastating hurricane inflicts havoc on your life and property. If you’ve experienced damage from Hurricane Laura, contact us as soon as possible so we can begin advocating for you. We represent policyholders in Louisiana, the Florida Panhandle, Alabama, or the Gulf Coast, we will take up the fight on your behalf. Call our Mobile office at 251-207-1296, or reach out to us through our contact page to schedule a consultation today.
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At Warhurst Law, we understand the immediacy of your situation. We also understand that insurance companies aren’t looking out for your best interests; they’re looking out for their bottom lines. Whether you’ve lost a building in Hurricane Michael or saw your home destroyed by a tornado or wildfire, or suffered life-altering injuries in a car wreck, Warhurst Law wants to help you get the compensation you need, so you can get back to your life.