We Hold Insurance Companies Accountable
When you have paid years of insurance premiums, and you need to file a claim, you expect your insurance company to honor their end of the contract. Yet insurers routinely deny valid claims, putting the burden on policyholders to fight for the money they are due.
The Law Offices of Geoffrey D. Ittleman has a solid track record of battling insurance companies in property damage claims and other insurance disputes. Our Fort Lauderdale property damage lawyer excels at negotiating fair compensation settlements, but if necessary, we are prepared to litigate your case in court. We represent business owners and homeowners in South Florida and statewide.
Proven Results In Insurance Litigation
Attorney Geoffrey Ittleman has years of experience litigating insurance coverage disputes, mainly in the arena of claims for property damage. He practices in state and federal courts of Florida, including courts of appeal, and has prevailed in numerous published court decisions involving insurance matters.
Our firm has handled:
- Homeowners insurance claims for damage caused by fires, floods, hurricanes, wind, water intrusion, mold
- Commercial property claims for both structural repairs and business losses stemming from property damage
- Class actions on behalf of condo associations for property damage
- COVID-19 business interruption claims
- Professional liability lawsuits (errors and omissions claims)
- Other types of consumer insurance claims (auto, life, health, long-term disability)
- Insurance bad faith lawsuits for arbitrary or systematic denial of claims
Experienced Advocacy For Florida Policyholders
If you have a property damage claim or another type of insurance dispute, we invite you to arrange a free initial consultation. Mr. Ittleman will examine your policy and your claim to determine where you stand and the best way to pursue the insurance benefits you are owed.
We will deal with the insurance company on your behalf, to put them on notice that you have legal representation and to ensure that you do not inadvertently jeopardize your claim by saying something that could be used against you. If the insurer will not negotiate a good faith settlement, we are prepared to file suit and hold them accountable in court.