Can you get more money from a paid insurance claim? Your home still wet and waiting to get paid? Got mold?

The Firm's five partners have collectively handled well over 8,000 insurance claim related lawsuits. No fees or costs charged by the Firm until we recover money for you! Florida Law requires your insurance company to pay our fees and costs if legal action is taken and we prevail on your behalf. Hurricane Irma damaged thousands of homes throughout South Florida, and even if your insurance company promptly paid your claim, or, issued no payment because of your deductible, our Firm can provide you an opinion and retain industry experts to determine whether you are entitled to additional monies for a variety of reasons that may not be known to you, which can include such things as: visible or hidden mold; concealed roof leak and damages; permit costs; general contractor fees; unlawful reductions or pricing of repair costs; etc. In Florida only an attorney can provide you legal advice and act in your interest to obtain a judgment in your favor.

(855) 476-2911




Free and no obligation consultation with a lawyer 7 days a week. If your claim has been underpaid, our lawyers may be able provide you a qualified opinion within an hour of reviewing the insurance company's estimate. If available, please include in the messsage: your address; phone number; insurance company name; status of claim (i.e. paid, denied, deductible stated to the be the basis for non-payment, mold concerns, yet to be reported, etc.); and your concerns or questions. The more information you provide, the quicker we can help you. The managing partner's direct phone numbers are: (954) 248-2920; (954) 248-2910; (305) 775-2928. Alternatively, you can email him at jfont@fontnelson.com

WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER

We are a full service Firm as it relates to any type of insurance claim associated with your home, condo, or commerical property. However, and being that Hurricane Irma damaged thousands of homes throughout South Florida, we are dedicated to ensuring that insurance companies fairly treat their insureds. You have 5 years to submit any supplemental claim for payment you may have, and the quicker you act, the likelier you are to secure a prompt and positive outcome.

It's very important to keep in mind that even if your insurance company promptly paid your claim, or denied your claim based on your policy deductible or otherwise, a lawyer can provide you an opinion and retain industry experts on your behalf to determine whether you are entitled to additional monies for a variety of reasons that may not be known to you or most of those outside of the industry we practice in, which can include such things as: visible or hidden mold; the cleaning of air ducts due to toxic conditions associated with moisture or humidity; unfair reductions based on the use of a certain data base; and an exhaustive list of innocent errors that insurance company personnel can make when trying to quickly pay a large volume of Hurricane Irma related claims.

This is your time to seek relief, and we are here to help you without ever seeking to charge you any attorney's fees for our services.

WHY YOU NEED A LAWYER

Only a lawyer can pursue a legal action against your insurance company for improperly underpaying or denying your insurance claim, or claiming that you are not owed any money because of your deductible or some pre-existing condition. Font & Nelson Law Group, has dedicated over 25 personnel to ensure that you are able to promptly meet with a lawyer who will provide you with a free initial consultation over the phone, at any of the two Law Firm locations in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, or if requested, at any home located in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach County. If you have already made a claim, and the insurance company issued payment or stated that your claim fell below the deductible, our attorneys are trained to assess any errors in your insurance company's estimate within minutes of review. The process is simple, and you should not be deterred by the fact that it may be foreign and complex on to the average person.

Florida Law requires an insurance company to pay our attorney's fees and costs if we prevail on your behalf. This allows our Firm to serve you without charging any fees or costs until you recover money from your insurance company.