Hurricane Florence was bad enough. Let local, experienced lawyers fight for you to help get you back on your feet.
As our community continues to assess the damage from Hurricane Florence, our attorneys’ top priority is to be your advocate throughout this rebuilding process, so we can get you back to where you want and need to be.
We have put together a list of Disaster Relief Information for you to reference.
If your home, business, or rental property suffered damage from Hurricane Florence and your insurance company is denying your claim or doesn’t want to pay full value, it’s time for us to chat.
For Disaster Relief Information, Click Here.
You’re recovering from the devastating effects of this storm and dealing with Hurricane Florence claims should not be one of your headaches. Most likely, you’ve probably not even read the provisions of your multiple insurance policies. It would literally take a lawyer to understand them.
We’re here for your Hurricane Florence Claims.
For almost 40 years, the lawyers at Shipman & Wright have been actively involved in the experienced handling of casualty insurance claims on behalf of policy holders.
Sure, you could hire a “public adjuster”, but they are not lawyers; can’t provide you any legal assistance; and can’t provide any further assistance if you find yourself in a dispute with your insurance company about the amount they are offering, or better said, not offering, to pay to resolve your claim. Or you could hire a law firm with a long standing and outstanding reputation (Best Lawyers in America, “Super Lawyers”, North Carolina “Leaders in the Law”)
The attorneys at Shipman & Wright
At Shipman & Wright, making a difference is our practice. In a complex world, you need lawyers that are responsive, resourceful and get results. For almost 40 years, the lawyers at Wilmington based Shipman & Wright have made a commitment to solving our clients’ problems one at time.
Our services include:
Free claim evaluation
(wind/rain/flood issues, including mold remediation)
Boiler & Machinery
Providing competent estimates of your damages from competent contractors for all phases of needed work
Preparation and submission of your Hurricane Florence claims
Preparation and submission of information to disaster relief agencies (i.e. FEMA)
Communications with insurance carrier and other agencies
Let us work for you
We believe our attorneys are better prepared to advocate the resolution of your related storm insurance and/or FEMA claims than public adjusters, who aren’t lawyers and cannot give you legal advice.
Our experienced attorneys and staff will represent you throughout the entire claims process. The standard protocols that those undertaking to repair and remediate must follow. We know insurance policies, and know the investigation that is necessary to insure that a proper analysis of the loss is performed to insure the maximization of your coverage.
We know what policy provisions, especially so-called “exclusions”, are valid or invalid. And our firm will prepare a complete “Claim Report and Settlement Proposal” to your insurance company. This will contain complete and credible estimates, photographs and other needed documentation to support your claim. Our reputation for aggressive, but honest, representation of our clients is well known among insurance companies, and as information is made available, our attorneys will be working with these companies to insure that appropriate action is being taken, local/state/federal laws are being complied with in connection with the restoration process, and full and complete relief is provided to you in strict accordance with your insurance policy. If your claim is not amicably resolved, we fully understand the legal remedies that are available to you to insure that your recovery is maximized. With us, the proverbial playing field is level. Your insurance company has an adjuster; you can have a lawyer.
Contact Shipman & Wright Today.
An attorney is ready to speak to you about Hurricane Florence Claims Today. Call us at 910-762-1990 or fill out the contact form below.