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Insurance Claims Litigation

Insurance Claims Litigation

When the claims process breaks down, and alternative disputes resolutions do not end the fight, Clint & Company will file a lawsuit against your insurance company or those responsible. Our firm has recovered money for homeowners and business across Florida from insurance companies who refused to pay claims we forced them to admit were covered. If your insurance company violated the good faith claims handling statutes, we take careful aim to preserve your bad faith claim using the civil remedy system. Public adjusters and contractors trust us to finish the job when insurance companies double down on denying, delaying, or underpaying claims.


  • Property & Casualty
    • Wind
    • Hail
    • Water
    • Hurricane
    • Fire
    • Theft
    • Business income
    • Lightning
    • Flood
    • Vandalism
  • Bad Faith and Unfair Trade Practices
  • Liability
    • Physical injuries
    • Economic losses
  • Title Insurance


Hail Damage Dilemma

Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM

Here is a pretty common situation. A roof begins to leak during a heavy rain storm and the property owner reports the claim to the homeowners insurer. An investigation reveals that the loss resulted from […]

By |June 30, 2023|Property Damage|

Public adjusters help policyholders, period.

“Hey, Clint—what’s a public adjuster?”

This is a common question I receive from policyholders after they experience a loss. The term adjuster is used in the insurance industry to describe someone who inspects a loss, documents the loss, and determines whether […]

By |August 18, 2021|Property Damage|

Parametric Insurance Could Save Your Event

Florida business owners can use parametric insurance to protect their outdoor events negatively impacted by rain.

What is parametric insurance?

Parametric insurance policies pay out when a certain metric, called an “index”, is met. For example, a farmer might buy a policy […]

By |May 17, 2021|Property Damage|

Why do we underprepare for disasters?

Book Review: “The Ostrich Paradox: Why We Underprepare for Disasters”

This week is the national hurricane preparation week. Hurricane season begins on June 1. Get ready now!

Recently, I read a book titled “The Ostrich Paradox: Why We […]

By |May 13, 2021|Property Damage|

Property Damage FAQs

Remember to do these things after you discover a loss:


  1. Make sure you and your loved ones are safe.
  2. Take videos and photographs of the damage!
  3. If you can safely do so, stop the damage from getting worse.
  4. Seek professional help with your insurance claim.
  5. Verify licensure of any contractors you hire before signing any paperwork.

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