insurance Tag

By Wesley J. Farrell Esq.  Numerous insured homeowners are not aware of their legal rights when reporting and negotiating a homeowner’s insurance claim with their property insurance companies. At Farrell, Patel, Jomarron & Lopez, we believe knowledge is power. That is why we always stress the...

By Mario E. Lopez Esq.  Homeowners purchase insurance coverage for their homes because of the security it provides from financial loss and damage to their investment. When an insured enters into an agreement with a property insurance company, both parties owe each other a duty to...

By Ricky K. Patel Esq.  If you own a condominium property, a homeowner’s association or condominium board likely controls the upkeep of the property and amenities within the building. In most states, the board or association is allowed to purchase property and casualty insurance for the...

By Wesley J. Farrell Esq.  When your home is damaged by a major hurricane, it can seem like all of a sudden you have a massive to-do list. White it can all be a bit overwhelming; it is extremely important to make sure you act fast,...

By Mario E. Lopez Esq.  For South Florida homeowners, the peril of roof damage is a constant concern. From tropical storms, hail, downed trees, to major hurricanes, all types of natural hazards can cause leaks and severe damage to your home. Whether you are a home...

By Ricky K. Patel Esq.  For most homeowners, their home is their most valuable investment and, in most cases, the most expensive asset they will ever purchase or own. In order to protect their investment, homeowners usually purchase property insurance coverage which can fluctuate in costs...

By Jesmany Jomarron Esq.  The 2018 storm season turned out to be a fairly active season with Hurricane Michael damaging much of Panama City. Experts predict another dangerous and potentially destructive hurricane season this year with about 12 to 14 named storms. The time to prepare...