PRACTICE AREAS

First Party Claims

Insurance companies have two purposes. Firstly, to receive your premium monthly premium, secondly to deny, delay, underpay, and defend themselves in order to relieve themselves of your claim with a minimal cost to them. As an insured, the first thing you should do if you experience a loss is to mitigate your damages. The next thing is to contact an attorney to help you report the claim immediately. One of the first defenses that insurance companies raise is the failure to report the claim in a timely manner.

You should, however, seek legal advice immediately and prior to reporting the claim. Insurance company personnel are taught and trained on how to ask certain questions upon first contact with the insured, and to reference a claim from a position that best serves their defense. You are not a claims expert or legal expert, but the insurance company is! Mr. Hernandez has been defending insured rights and suing insurance companies for over 25 years. Mr. Hernandez has tried jury trials against insurance companies with successful results. Mr. Hernandez has tried and negotiated the following types of property claims:


98%
Successful Case
100%
Family Satisfied
2,000
Case Closed
$1 Mil+
 Money Paid
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Overview


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vivamus scelerisque pretium neque in euismod.Mr. Hernandez has tried and negotiated the following types of property claims:

  • Residential property insurance claims
  • Commercial property insurance claims
  • Health, life, disability and long-tem care insurance claims
  • Agent negligence
  • Art loss
  • Flood Damage
  • Fire and/or smoke damage
  • Hail damage
  • Hurricane damage
  • Mold damage
  • Sink hole damage
  • Storm damage
  • Wind damage
  • Theft and vandalism
  • Tornado damage
  • Water damage
  • Wildfire damage

STATISTIC

Residential property insurance claims 90%
Commercial property insurance claims 50%
Health, life, disability and long-tem care insurance claims 100%
Agent negligence 80%
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