Theft & Vandalism Claims in Florida
Property Damage Attorneys with 45+ Years’ Combined Experience
Being a victim of a theft or vandalism crime can be a very draining experience. If you find that your property has been stolen or vandalized, contact the police straight away. It is important to file your police report at the time of the incident, not only to find the perpetrator of the crime, but also to support your resulting insurance claim. As the policyholder, it is up to you to make sure that the police have all the necessary and accurate details related to your claim. Should you later discover further damage than what was originally reported, contact the police and your insurance provider immediately to inform them of the new discoveries.
If you are dealing with an insurance claim related to theft or vandalism of your home or business, an attorney may be able to make sure your rights are protected, and you are treated fairly by your insurance company. Too often, insurance providers try to deny coverage, underpay claims, or use delay tactics to protect their profits. You’ve dutifully paid your premiums – your claim should be handled in good faith.
Insurance Coverage for Theft & Vandalism
The bulk of theft and vandalism cases are covered under homeowners’ insurance policies. If your business was affected by vandalism or theft, you may also qualify for a business interruption insurance claim. We can analyze your policy or policies to determine what’s covered and how to proceed.
As a victim of theft or vandalism, your property damage claim may include coverage for:
- Damage to personal property
- Stolen property
- Broken windows, doors, or locks
- Compromised alarm systems
- Clean-up and repairs
Theft & Vandalism Damage Claims in Florida
When you involve The Knoerr Law Group to handle your theft or vandalism claim, you can rest easy knowing that your interests will be protected through every step of the process. We can help you file your claim with all the necessary evidence and documentation to facilitate a swifter and better outcome. Or, if you have already filed, we can help assess a settlement offer, dispute a denial, or put pressure on your provider to get a delayed claim moving again. Your best interests are important to us.
Call (954) 289-5655 to discuss your claim. We serve Florida and the surrounding areas.