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How Can I Learn More About Negotiating with my Insurance Company?

One of the best ways to become skilled in negotiating with an insurance company is by talking to the experts – Greatwood attorneys and public adjusters. Experienced lawyers deal with insurance providers on a regular basis, and are intimately familiar with lowball tactics, as well as what is a fair amount settle for.

Consult with an Greatwood insurance bad faith attorney about ways you can negotiate with an adjustor to get the best settlement offer. Or, if you don’t feel comfortable negotiating on your own, consider hiring legal representation to intercede on your behalf to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.

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One of the more common subsidiary's of the wider 'Liability Insurance', Public Liability Insurance, whilst not a compulsory business insurance, can be a lifeline for any working company or individual should something an incident occur with a member of the public.

What is it and why is it needed?

Ideal for any individual or company working with the public, or where the public visit a company's premises, Public Liability Insurance ensures that the company or individual is covered should an accident occur to a member of the public on their premises. Further to this, this insurance also covers any accidents or incidents that may occur when the individual or company is carrying work out on their client's premises.

Including the cost of all legal fees' that may occur, whilst not mandatory, Public Liability Insurance is highly recommended for anyone carrying out work with the public.

It is an insurance that all businesses should have if they have some contact with the public. It's not a compulsory insurance - but it definitely should be.

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Most people buy a new home, get homeowner's insurance, and sit back thinking they are protected in the event of a natural disaster. That is what insurance is for, right? Well, yes, and no. The fine print of your homeowner's insurance is likely to have a list of what is covered, and not a whole lot about what is not covered.

Take flooding, for example. Your policy may state that you are covered from damage by rain. What this means is that you are covered from water falling from the sky. If your roof springs a leak, and you've kept up with proper maintenance, then in theory your roof will be covered when it collapses under the pressure of a big thunderstorm. But if that same storm causes the stream that runs through your back yard to overflow and run into your basement, you are most likely not covered for that damage. But wait, the rain from the sky caused the creek to flood, so it is all rain damage, right? Um. No. Rain, by the insurers standpoint, comes from the sky. Flooding comes from the ground. So you are not covered.

The problem with this plan is that insurance companies are all about lessening their risks. If your house is on the beach in the Florida Keys, the insurance company knows it is very likely at some point you will have damage from a hurricane. Unfortunately for you this means your premiums will be very high, as the insurance company, like any business, wants to make money.

The key is to make sure you understand what is and is not covered on your current policy.


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