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Property Damage Insurance Claim Problems

Homeowners and Condo Owners:
Know Your Rights

Did your property insurance company invoke its “right to repair” your property? Did they require you to use “preferred” contractors? This is called MANAGED REPAIR and when an insurance company uses that option, you have certain rights, the most important of which is:

Under the law, you are not required to pay any deductible or out-of-pocket payment for the repairs to be completed.

Our firm’s experienced attorneys and investigators work on behalf of homeowners, condo owners, and condo associations to make sure that your rights were not violated.

Below is a list of Florida property insurers that regularly invoke their “right to repair” residential property claims and also some of their “preferred” or affiliated repair contractors.

Insurance CompaniesPreferred Contractors
People's Trust Insurance CompanyRapid Response Team
Tower Hill Insurance Company, including:

Tower Hill Signature Insurance Company

Tower Hill Preferred Insurance Company

Tower Hill Prime Insurance Company

Tower Hill Select Insurance Company
CastleCare through Alacrity Services (a Lowe’s Company)

Rytech and others
Florida Peninsula Insurance CompanyManaged Repair Program

Contractor Connection
Heritage Property & Casualty Insurance CompanyPlatinum Prepared Savings Program

Contractor Connection and others
Prepared Insurance CompanyConcierge Claim Program

Our firm is investigating claims that these insurance companies and/or their repair companies violated Florida law when they invoked the “right to repair” and still made people pay out-of-pocket for deductibles, supplies, or other amounts for repairs to homes, condos, or condo common areas, which should have been covered.


Fill out the contact form below. Each submission is read by an attorney or investigator. We will contact you as soon as possible based on the information you give. If you’re a homeowner, condo owner, and/or condo association share your story about what you experienced when the insurance company invoked the “right to repair” your property.


Can Attorneys Still Be Whistleblowers?

Whistleblower Case

2000px-Northrop_Grumman.svgIn United States ex rel. Holmes v. Northrop Grumman Corp., No. 1:13-cv-00085-HSO-RHW (S.D. Miss. June 3, 2015), a district court tossed the whistleblower, who was an attorney, and his case because of a series of serious ethical misconduct including the blatant violation of court orders. Some are hailing the case as a “strong warning” and a “staunch reminder to attorneys that their ethical obligations are paramount,” suggesting that the order stands for the proposition that attorneys can rarely, if ever, be whistleblowers.
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