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advice. It sounds right and usually makes sense.
Everyone you have talked to
means well, and they want to see you dig out with the least grief.
Nevertheless, be cautious about the advice you get. Here's why:
Most agents get their knowledge by
forwarding questions to the insurance company. Consider the
source. The insurance company is the hand that feeds them.
Agents are not in the claims department. Do they really know
how to fight their own company? They might not be in a position to evaluate the company's answers.
have had agents as clients.
are over 70,000 lawyers in Florida, and many who would take your
case would have to feel their way through. Don’t be someone’s
lawyers who take cases like yours only work with the damage data
they are handed. They don't dig.
lawyers in this field turn around and hire public adjusters to
develop the data.
have had lawyers as clients, clients have fired their lawyers and
hired us, and we’ve been hired by lawyers to be expert witnesses.
Florida State licensing test, there are NO questions about
construction. Construction knowledge is not a requirement for
are also NO questions about the understanding of damage.
Damage knowledge is not a requirement for licensing.
have had property adjusters as clients.