Will Your Homeowner Insurance Company Cancel Your Policy If You Make a Claim?

Many prospective clients that contact our office ask making a homeowner insurance claim for storm damage, water damage or a fire, will cause their insurance premiums to go up, or cause their policy to be cancelled.  The response to the question depends partially on the type of insurance claim that you have.  However, Florida Statute […]

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Hurricane Season 2022: What to Expect

A South Florida Hurricane Season Unlike the Others Its time now to start preparing for Hurricane Season 2022.  The National Hurricane Center (“NHC”) is predicting another very active hurricane season and the potential for a pre-season named storm. As an early sign of the number of storms being expected, NHC is considering extending the dates […]

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Liability for Damage Caused by Sinkholes

Fort Lauderdale Sinkhole Lawyer Discusses Liability for Damages Caused by Sinkholes   Even the state government admits that there are more sinkholes in Florida than anywhere else in the country. Sinkholes may appear dramatically all at once or develop slowly over time. Often a hole that appears as a small opening at the surface turns out […]

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How to Handle a Lightning Damage Insurance Claim

Our South Florida Lightning Damage Attorneys are Experienced in Proving Property Damage to Your Insurance Company Summer brings the beginning of Hurricane Season, and the inevitable thunderstorms and lightning that seem to rock South Florida in the afternoon. Just last month, Davie homes and schools suffered serious lightning damage from a strong thunderstorm. The rainstorms […]

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Florida Homeowners Under Attack by Insurance Companies

Florida homeowners find themselves under attack again from homeowner insurance companies right as Hurricane Season is about to begin on June 1, 2021.  Florida homeowner insurance companies have asked the State of Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) for permission to cancel more than 50,000 home insurance policies.  The insurance companies that have asked permission […]

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How Does Negligence Affect a Property Damage Claim?

Contact Our Property Damage Lawyer for Assistance Damage to your home, car, boat, or other property can be nearly as disruptive to your life as a serious injury to your health. Unfortunately, insurance companies can take an extremely long time to process claims, and all too often, they refuse to pay what they should to […]

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Do Fires Cause More Damage in Winter Months?

We associate fire with heat, and in Ft. Lauderdale, heat usually means summer. However, a fire damage attorney often sees more damage from fires occurring in the winter months.  Moreover, winter fires may be more likely to lead to personal injuries and even wrongful death. If you understand the causes of fire damage in winter, you […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Season in South Florida During the COVID-19 Crisis

Each year, hurricane season presents risks for homeowners and business owners across South Florida. From powerful winds and heavy rainfall to storm surge and inland flooding, various risks threaten homes, businesses and personal property. Homeowners and business owners need to take steps to prepare in advance, and they need to be prepared to deal with […]

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Homeowners Coverage Denials for Policy Exclusions in Fort Lauderdale

You Can Fight Certain Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Denials While the Fort Lauderdale area is an extremely inviting place to live and visit, there are some perils for homeowners. Property damage due to hurricanes and other stormy weather are a persistent threat to southern Florida homes. Add on other common risks, such as fire, and it […]

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"Even when I was not able to get a physician to follow up with me for a broken bone following a car accident, the Maus firm, in particular Rocio, worked hard on my behalf and reached a good settlement for me. This was accomplished long distance, as the accident happened in Florida and I live in Indiana. They worked on my case for 3 years and did not give up."

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