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Tornadoes can spread destruction over a large area, impacting countless businesses and communities. Damage often results from either a direct hit from a funnel cloud or any accompanying windstorm, rain, and hail, impacting commercial and industrial businesses of all sizes. Tornado damage can leave a business open to additional property loss, lost profits, business interruption and financial hardship.
If an insurance company fails to promptly investigate a commercial tornado claim, delays payment, fails to cover all covered damage or denies coverage, they could be acting in bad faith. We are insurance litigation professionals who can help your business take action against your commercial insurance carrier that has operated in bad faith.
Insurance law is clear. Insurance companies are required to show reasonable cause for denying or delaying payment on your tornado claim if the damage is covered under your policy. This is as true for small, medium, or large commercial tornado claims as it is for owners of residential property.
When we handle tornado claims, we don’t just accept the estimates provided by the insurance company’s adjusters. We obtain independent evaluations from professional experts, contractors, engineers, and independent adjusters—who have extensive experience dealing with commercial tornado claims. By doing so, we are able to pursue a proper and full claim on behalf of you and your business.
If your commercial insurance carrier has denied, delayed, or disputed your business’s tornado damage claim, the experienced insurance litigation team in commercial tornado claims at Raizner Slania can evaluate your business’s potential claim. Please contact us today for a free initial consultation. We handle all bad faith insurance litigation cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning your business pays us nothing unless we help you recover financially.