Our skilled attorneys care about each client’s legal challenges and personal concerns. We work tirelessly to meet our clients’ needs when storm damage, water damage fire damage or vandalism destroys a home or commercial property — and insurers fail to abide by their own homeowners insurance policies.
Additionally, we represent clients alleging insurance agent negligence, those who suffer business interruption and others who may want to appeal a negative outcome in court. Learn more about our lawyers, their backgrounds and career accomplishments below.
Call 844-96-CLAIM to arrange your initial consultation at David Low & Associates, P.A., plus a free home inspection and policy evaluation. Don’t forget to call our office before you call the insurance company.
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HOMEOWNER INSURANCE CLAIMS
If your home recently suffered damage from a hurricane or storm, or through water or fire damage, you rely on your insurance company to provide you with the money you need to fix the problem. You have been paying premiums on your insurance policy, so when you need them to provide you with assistance, they Read More
Has your business or commercial property been damaged or destroyed beyond repair due to a flood, fire, act of God or vandalism? Contact the experienced attorneys at David Low & Associates, P.A. the commercial property claims attorney in Fort Lauderdale, FL before you call the insurance company. Many property owners are unsure of what their Read More
Hurricanes form over warm ocean waters and turn into large swirling storms. They can produce winds of 85 miles per hour or even higher. When a hurricane forms, their winds can damage buildings and trees. Heavy rain also occurs during a hurricane, which can cause flooding. If you own a property that has been suffered Read More
A windstorm is a storm with heavy winds but little or no rain. Windstorms can last for a few minutes, a few hours or even several days. Their winds can go as fast as 45 miles per hour or more. Windstorms can produce power outages and falling trees, often leading to property damage. In such Read More
Water can cause serious damage to property and create the perfect environment for the growth of toxic mold that poses a serious health risk and renders the premises unusable. Insurance policies routinely cover water damage, but often exempt flood damage from coverage. Water damage in Florida is quite common for many homeowners and it can Read More
Roof Damage can be caused by several factors. Poor maintenance, age, storms or just season after season of normal wind and rain can turn minor damage into a major problem. Strong winds and hurricane storms often result in damaged roofs in Florida. Roof leaks or missing tiles can cause Home Damages and small leaks can Read More
Burst pipes are very common at home and in public areas mainly in old homes of Florida. Pipes can burst for a variety of reasons, ranging from age and damage to high pressure or misuse . A burst pipe can damage your property and lead to a water damage and mold growth that is expensive Read More
A flood is a natural event where a piece of land that is usually dry suddenly gets submerged under water. Flooding can occur from excessive rainfall, burst pipes, storm surge or flood from a hurricane storm, sometimes resulting in property and home massive damages. If your property had a flood and you want to file Read More
Fire damage is damage caused to a building or other property during the course of a fire. The effects of fire damage can be devastating and far-reaching. Fires often lead to smoke damage, potentially water damage from firefighting efforts and extensive property damage. If you own a property that has been suffered from a fire Read More
Immediately after a natural calamity strikes, the property might suffer extreme damage. Obviously, you expect your property insurance provider to immediately accept your claim and provide you the right compensation. Since you’ve never missed out on paying the premium on time, you expect that you would receive the genuine compensation from your respective insurance company. Read More
Immediately after a natural calamity strikes, the property might suffer extreme damage. Obviously, you expect your property insurance provider to immediately accept your claim and provide you the right compensation. Since you’ve never missed out on paying the premium on time, you expect that you would receive the genuine compensation from your respective insurance company.