Insurance Dispute Attorneys in Alabama
Skilled representation for policyholders in Mobile and throughout Alabama
When your property is damaged or destroyed, you deserve to get all the funds you bargained for when you started the policy and paid the premiums. You deserve fast action, not stall tactics and unreasonable excuses. You deserve an Alabama insurance dispute lawyer who will fight for you.
At Warhurst Law, we work aggressively to help get property owners the funds they paid for. We are often able to get faster results and better recoveries because we know first-hand how claims adjusters operate. Firm founder Gene Warhurst first began his career working as a claims adjuster for Hartford Insurance. He anticipates the arguments claims adjusters use to deny claims. He knows when they’re not negotiating in good faith. When you need help, we are there. Contact us in Mobile today to learn more.
Common types of property insurance disputes in Alabama
It’s an Alabama property owner’s worst nightmare. You fight to save for a new home or a new business, and in just minutes – or hours - your property has been destroyed. Tornadoes can rip through a community without warning. Fires can ravage single homes, duplexes, condos, farm buildings, and any place where people live and work. Hurricanes can destroy everything you worked so hard to build.
When property is destroyed, Warhurst Law negotiates strong settlements and pursues your claim in court when adjusters aren’t paying everything that’s due.
A quick note about tornadoes and Hurricane Michael
In just the first half of 2019, there have been 57 tornadoes in Alabama – and there is every reason to believe that we’ll see more. These events are “born in thunderstorms,” and are often an effect of hurricanes, too. In fact, some of the most intense damage in the wake of Hurricane Michael came from the tornadoes it spawned: 23 people died when a post-Michael tornado touched down in Lee County.
Warhurst Law is ready to assist policyholders who have sustained losses from Hurricane Michael, as well as the tornadoes that followed it. Many of the current disputes are centered on whether the property damage was caused by the hurricane, the flooding, the tornadoes, or from outside events, like downed power lines. These claims are complex, but our team has the experience and resources to take on national insurance companies on your behalf.