It has been one year since Constable Law opened its doors at 323 Main Street in Safety Harbor, and what an amazing year it has been. Thank you to everyone who has supported us on this venture, and to our clients who have trusted us to assist you with your legal needs. We look forward to helping you for years to come.
If you would like to see if we may be able to help with your insurance claim or dispute, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 727-797-0100.
Constable Law, P.A. wants to urge everyone to be smart about Hurricane Matthew. Risking injury or even loss of life is never worth it to stay in your home. Do what you need to do to to protect yourself, and we will be here to help with whatever property damage you may have to deal with after the storm. Your number one priority absolutely has to be to stay safe through this storm.
Constable Law hopes everyone is safe from Hurricane Hermine, but we know that following the storm you may have questions about property damage and what to do next.
You may be asking yourself things such as:
Is this covered by my insurance? Should I file a claim? How do I file a claim? Should I just take care of it myself? Should I hire this company that showed up offering to help? Who should I contact first?
We are available to help with questions like these as well as any other questions you may have. Please feel free to contact us to discuss by phone at 727-797-0100 and/or by email at email@example.com.
Today more rain is coming to the area, so do you understand the difference between a water claim and a flood claim? Did you even know there is a difference? Well there is, and it is very important to understand the difference because many homeowners' policies do not include coverage for flood damage.
If you need help understanding your policy, or need help filing a claim for damage to your property from all this rain, please contact us to discuss. We are here to help. Our phone number is 727-797-0100 or you may reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also read more about the weather here: http://www.wtsp.com/weather/forecast/tampa-b...
Assignment of Benefits (AOB) has been a hot button topic for a while. Do you know what signing an AOB means for your claim? Do you know what an AOB means for the repairs being conducted at your property?
With added pressure, especially from insurance companies, to do something about AOBs, legislators are getting involved and this could impact the future of AOBs and your claims. You can read more about the proposed bills as well as some opinions on AOBs here:
As of January 20, 2016, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation decreased the number of insurance policies it had to just 484,788 policies. This is a significant reduction from the 1.5 million policies it had in 2011.
You can read more about the decrease in policies here.
If you have any questions about your insurance policy, or you were one of the insureds that had their Citizens' policy assumed by another carrier and you are wondering what this means, please contact Constable Law for a free consultation.