Fort Myers First Party Claims Attorney
Whether it’s your homeowners or auto insurance, it is particularly frustrating when the benefits that you have paid into are denied in your time of need. Unfortunately, this happens all too often. Insurance companies routinely deny or undervalue claims and unless you fight it, they often get away with it.
The attorneys at Farah & Farah are here to help you get the benefits you paid for. We know how far the insurance companies in Fort Myers will go to deny your benefits, and we are prepared to match their resources in order to stop them. We have lawyers at the firm dedicated entirely to handling first party claims and they are ready to take the insurance company to task.
Call us today at (877) 245-6707 for a free consultation regarding your first party claim case.
What to Expect From Our First Party Claim Attorneys
We know that going up against the insurance company is going to be contentious and we are ready for that. You can expect our Fort Myers personal injury attorneys to treat you like a priority, we will:
- Return all of your calls within 24 hours
- Investigate the incident, and gather all the evidence necessary to prove that your claim is valid
- Fill out all the necessary paperwork from the insurance company on your behalf
How Much Will a First Party Claim Attorney Cost?
The lawyers at Farah & Farah work on a contingency fee basis. That means that we never charge our clients money upfront under any circumstances.
In the case of first party claims our clients rarely pay anything at all since fees in these types of claims are statutorily provided and paid for by the insurance company.
What is a First Party Insurance Claim?
A first party claim is one that you have to bring against your own insurance company for non-payment of a claim.
First party vs Second Party vs Third Party
The “first party” refers to the person who is insured by the policy. The “second party” is the insurer responsible for paying out the policy. The “third party” is neither the insured nor the insurer but is seeking to recover a claim against the policy.
An example of this would be if you are a homeowner and someone is injured on your property. The injured party seeking damages is the “third party.” You are the first, and your homeowner’s insurance company the second.
Types of Insurance Claims We Handle
- Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
- Property damage, and
- Auto glass claims
Our Attorneys Can Help
You should have been paid already. Our attorneys understand that you are facing financial hardship and we want to help you get the money you are owed as soon as possible. We know that you have already waited long enough and we will do everything in our power to fight for your case. Call us today at (877) 245-6707. Don’t wait another second for the money you are due.