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We Fight for Victims of Hurricane Damage in Mississippi and Alabama

After a hurricane, you may literally have to pick up the pieces and rebuild. If a storm damaged or destroyed your home or property, our property damage attorneys can help you protect your legal rights. At Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys, we understand the challenging nature of property damage claims and use aggressive strategies that deliver results.

The 2020 hurricane season was record-breaking, and we’re prepared to help our neighbors rebuild. Our lawyers have been fighting for the rights of people like you for over 30 years. We’ve helped property owners recover after catastrophic storms, including Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, and Sally. We have the team, the resources, and the approach that’s necessary to fight back when the insurance companies deny you fair compensation after a severe storm.

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When you work with our team, you’ll get:

A team that will immediately go into action, investigating your claims and preserving your evidence

A team that will immediately go into action, investigating your claims and preserving your evidence

Practical advice from lawyers who have decades of experience handling hurricane damage claims and lawsuits

Practical advice from lawyers who have decades of experience handling hurricane damage claims and lawsuits

Legal representatives that have a reputation for their tenacious, won’t-back-down approach

Legal representatives that have a reputation for their tenacious, won’t-back-down approach

Peace of mind, knowing that we have recovered millions in settlements and verdicts for victims across the Gulf Coast

Peace of mind, knowing that we have recovered millions in settlements and verdicts for victims across the Gulf Coast

Deep legal insight and guidance at every step of your claim

Deep legal insight and guidance at every step of your claim

Relationships with respected experts who can help us calculate your losses and connect them to the storm

Relationships with respected experts who can help us calculate your losses and connect them to the storm

To find out how we can help you, schedule a free consultation with one of our hurricane damage attorneys, or call our offices at  251-888-8888.

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A Property Damage Attorney Can Help You Recover After a Devasting Hurricane

When your home is damaged after a storm like Hurricane Sally, you’ll typically file a claim with your home and flood insurance companies. Then, you’ll work with an insurance adjuster who will process and investigate your claim. Then, the adjuster will either offer you a settlement or deny your property damage claim. Like any business, the insurance company’s main goal is to make money, and many adjusters will try to cut the company’s costs by under-valuing or denying your legitimate hurricane damage claims.

The insurance company’s first settlement offer is usually too low to cover the full cost of repairing or replacing your hurricane-damaged home. Unfortunately, many property owners don’t have the capacity to push back because they’re overwhelmed by stress and trying to rebuild their lives after a powerful storm. So, they take an unreasonably low settlement because it seems easier. The insurance companies know this, which is why they keep offering insultingly low settlement amounts; if they provide one at all.

If you know your claim was legitimate, you shouldn’t have to put up with unfair treatment from the insurance company. The most reliable way to get the compensation and results you deserve? Hiring an experienced attorney to fight for you.

 

How Do Lawyers Help With Insurance Claims?

Property damage insurance claims are complicated, especially after a hurricane. There’s a lot of technical analysis that goes into a hurricane damage claim. For example, your insurance company may wrongly claim that your policy doesn’t cover water or wind damage. If you don’t have a partner who can help you interpret your insurance contract’s hard-to-understand language and the law, you may lose out on valuable compensation.

When you need help after a bad storm, it’s in your best interest to work with a property damage attorney to get the compensation you need. An experienced, aggressive attorney can hold your insurance company accountable by helping you understand what should be covered, how much your claim is worth, and assisting in collecting the evidence you need to file a successful claim.

The Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys team can help you understand whether your policies cover wind damage, flooding, storm surge, sewer backups, and other common hurricane issues. Then, we’ll fight to get you and your family a fair settlement and won’t back down when the insurance company acts unreasonably.

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Catastrophic Storm Damage Demands Serious Attorneys

At Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys, we have over 30 years of experience fighting for the rights of people like you in Mississippi, Alabama, and across the Gulf Coast. Because the Gulf is our home, too, we know first-hand how these storms can turn your life upside down. That why we fight tirelessly to get property owners and their families the resources they need to rebuild.

If you have questions about your hurricane damage claim, don’t wait to schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced property damage lawyers by calling  251-888-8888 or completing our simple online  contact  form.

Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys has office locations in Mobile, Foley, Daphne, and throughout Alabama. Our property damage attorneys have helped clients from Mobile and Baldwin Counties, Coastal Alabama, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

References

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (2020, May 21). Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season Predicted for 2020. Retrieved from https://www.noaa.gov/media-release/busy-atlantic-hurricane-season-predicted-for-2020

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.

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