Insurance policies can be highly nuanced, and agents/representatives often only add to the headache. Casualty insurance in particular broadly encompasses liability coverage for individuals, employers, and business against loss of property, damage, or other liabilities. If you or a loved one are involved in a casualty insurance dispute with your provider, the expert insurance attorneys at Whisler Law Firm are here to help. We have the expertise, experience, and passion for justice to fight big business and secure the compensation that our clients deserve. The Whisler Law Firm will handle all facets of your case, from A to Z, allowing you to focus on your business and other priorities. The time for action is now.

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A common casualty insurance dispute occurs when the insurer refuses to pay costs associated with damages to property. If the type of damage is listed for coverage in the insurance policy, they are legally obligated to cover the damages. However, if the terms are not specified in the agreed-upon contract, then legal action may be necessary in order to determine the terms of recovery. Other common casualty insurance disputes include federal or state disaster assistance eligibility, tax-related issues, deduction of casualty, and theft losses.

Casualty insurance claims may include damage to property caused by:

  • Natural causes, such as floods, earthquakes, etc.
  • Falling branches
  • Certain man-made causes (e.g. sewage damage)

Furthermore, casualty insurance coverage may vary by geographic location, as well as other demographic factors. For example, a home in an area that is prone to flooding may have a casualty insurance policy that includes flood damages. Another in an area prone to wildfires may include fire damage, but omit flooding. These details are individual to each policy, and will be analyzed in detail by our lawyers to determine the most effective legal course of action.

The complex interplay of legal concepts and conflicts endemic of casualty insurance claims is not something you should navigate alone. It is highly advised that you employ the services of an experienced insurance attorney from our firm to represent your best interests.

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