When we usually think about hurricane or natural disaster damage, we assume it’s property-damage related, but property damage insurance claims are extremely complicated, especially for Florida business owners. Business property insurance covers not only structural and content property damage but also loss of business income. A natural disaster may make it impossible for customers to visit your business due to power outages, blocked roads and evacuations. Even if you own an internet business, a hurricane may make it impossible for you to ship your orders.
The Law Offices of Geoffrey D. Ittleman, P.A., a Fort Lauderdale business insurance lawyer, can assist with business insurance claims that relate to the destruction of your business due to a flood, hurricane, water damage, fire or even vandalism. We attempt to recover the damages you are entitled to so you can have your business back up and running as quickly as possible.
Based on your business, you need different types of property damage insurance. It’s important to review your risk and property to determine your business insurance needs. Your property is the equipment, inventory and building you own, while your risks are the financial responsibilities you, as an employer, have for the people who work for you. Here are some examples of different types of insurance for business owners:
If your business is affected by a natural disaster or a hurricane, contact our experienced Fort Lauderdale business insurance lawyer. Insurance companies are often slow paying claims for income losses and property damage, which can deeply hurt your business.
The Law Offices of Geoffrey D. Ittleman can help you recover any damages for your business. Our team of skilled attorneys can review your case and help negotiate a settlement, or even pursue litigation if necessary, for your claim. Contact us and schedule a free consultation with our team today.
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