When something goes wrong in a home or it is devastated by a disaster, the family wants to get things repaired. However, most Floridians do not have savings. Also, insurance companies can take a long time to award a claim. The result is families are left with no way to pay for the damage and, perhaps, nowhere to live. The solution is an Assignment of Benefits (AOB) Agreement.
These legal contracts allow restoration and mold remediation companies to go ahead and perform the necessary services without the homeowner having to spend any money. Instead, the insurer pays at a later date. The problem is that insurance companies quite often try to question the legality of a standing AOB.
The Whisler Law Firm can help restoration and mold remediation clients draft legally binding contracts. Furthermore, the firm can help these companies properly document all expenses and file a claim within the statute of limitations to ensure that the insurer does not get away with a low ball settlement amount.