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Hurricane Matthew Insurance Claims

Hurricane Matthew struck the southern tip of Florida on October 6, 2016 before moving slowly up the coast of Florida over the next few days. The hurricane continued northward, causing substantial rainfall, high winds, and surge flooding, all of which caused substantial damage to homes and businesses in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

Homeowner policies generally cover damage or destruction of a home from fire, wind, hail, and lightning. Most homeowner policies exclude flood damage. The interpretation of insurance policies in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew is likely to be the subject of dispute and litigation. Recently, coverage disputes arising out of damage caused by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita led to lawsuits.

Spagnoletti & Co. has wide experience in cases involving insurance claims of all kinds, including wrongful denial of insurance coverage arising out of a natural disaster. The experienced attorneys at Spagnoletti & Co. can help you understand your legal rights if you have had an insurance claim wrongly denied by your insurance company. Please contact us to learn about your legal rights.

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