Hurricane Irma Claims

Hurricane Irma caused widespread damage throughout Florida and was the first hurricane to affect South Florida since Hurricane Wilma in 2005.  Previously, Matthew Struble represented insurers in hundreds of Hurricane Wilma claims and tried many cases for some of Florida’s largest insurance companies.  Since STRUBLE, P.A. was founded to represent policyholders, it has helped hundreds of homeowners get their previously denied claims paid in full.  STRUBLE, P.A. has the knowledge and experience necessary to force insurance companies to properly pay their insured’s claims. 

If your Hurricane Irma claim was denied or underpaid, STRUBLE attorneys are prepared to assist.  When representing insureds in their Hurricane Irma claims, we have an opportunity to allow our clients to net the full value of their claim, as the insurance company may be required to pay our attorney’s fees and costs as an additional damage.  If your insurance company has delayed your claim, issued a low-ball payment or engaged in other improper claims handling practices, you may be able to pursue damages that greatly exceed the claim amount, due to damages resulting from the insurer’s bad-faith claims handling.   

Hurricane Irma – $750,000

STRUBLE, P.A.  represented an associated after the insurer denied the claim as being below the deductible.  Shortly before trial, the insurer paid a total of $750,000 above the deductible.

Hurricane Irma – 2.675 Million

STRUBLE, P.A. helped an insured recovery 2.675 Million above the deductible, after the insurer denied the claim as being below the deductible by asserting several policy exclusions.

Hurricane Irma – 1.575 Million

STRUBLE, P.A. helped an insured recover 1.575 Million above the deductible, after the insurer denied the claim as being below the deductible by asserting several policy exclusions.

Hurricane Irma – Bad-Faith Recovery

STRUBLE, P.A. helped an insured recover a total of $800,000 in contractual and extra-contractual damages with the payments issued to the insured with no reduction for attorney’s fees or costs.  As a separate damage, the insurer paid attorney’s fees and costs after the claims were settled.

Hurricane Irma – $575,000

STRUBLE, P.A. represented an association after the insurer denied the claim for Hurricane Irma damages. Shortly before trial, the insurer issued total payments of $575,000.

Hurricane Irma – $600,000

STRUBLE, P.A.  represented an association after the insurer denied the claim for Hurricane Irma damages. Shortly after a lawsuit was filed, the insurer issued total payments of $600,000.

Hurricane Irma – $450,000

STRUBLE, P.A.  represented a business after the insurer denied the claim for Hurricane Irma damages. After a lawsuit was filed, the insurer issued total payments of $450,000.