phone icon(866) 668-4182
Se habla Español
divider

Right to Repair in Florida

separator

right-to-repair-florida
When your property is damaged and you turn the claim in to your insurance company, the insurance company may choose to invoke their “right to repair” clause. A “Right to Repair” clause allows the insurance company the option to repair your property instead of sending you the insurance proceeds for you to make the appropriate repairs. This means the insurance company may choose to make repairs, and they can hire their own contractor to come in and do the work. In some cases, the repairs may be incomplete or not performed to the standards of the industry. Our lawyer in St. Petersburg FL can look over your policy and determine if the Right to Repair clause is included and what they mean for you if your property is damaged.

Know the Right to Repair Clause in Your Policy and Understand What It Includes

If your property is damaged, it is important that you know what is in your policy when it comes to repair or replacement costs. When you are first purchasing your policy, ask about the Right to Repair and if it will be included. A qualified insurance claims lawyer will be able to read over your policy and make sure your rights are protected. While the Right to Repair clause may be in your policy, there are times when it can’t or shouldn’t be used. Jenkins Law will help you understand your policy so that you know what to expect if your property is ever damaged.

Work With the Right Attorney in Tampa When It Involves Right to Repair Cases

At Jenkins Law, we understand how frustrating it can be when your property is damaged. It’s important that you fully understand what the “Right to Repair” means and whether or not your insurance company plans to invoke that right. Having a qualified Florida insurance claims attorney read through your policy, you will have a good idea as to what will happen to your property after you have filed an insurance claim.

Contact Jenkins Law to Learn More About the “Right to Repair”

Your first step should be to call 866-668-4182 and talk to the attorneys at Jenkins Law. We serve the entire Tampa Bay area and understand how insurance companies may try to save money by invoking a Right to Repair clause. Make sure your rights are fully protected. Call the attorneys at Jenkins Law today and let us read through your policy before you have to file a claim.