Fire Damage

Our Florida Fire Damage Lawyer Team Can Help Secure Insurance Benefits 

Whether a fire was experienced in or around your property, it can cause extensive and varied types of damage. Sometimes, multiple parties may be responsible. Smaller fires can still lead to substantial costs and damage, or even severe injury or death. If your home, business, or condo in Florida has experienced fire damage, an experienced Florida fire damage lawyer from STRUBLE, P.A. can help you advocate for your rights and payments for covered damages you may be entitled to under your insurance policy. 

Our firm is client-centered. As our client, our main goal is to help you make the most of your financial compensation by pursuing all payments owed for covered damage you have experienced so that you can get on with your life after the fire incident. To explore options on recovering the insurance benefits, you may be entitled to for your fire damage claim, read on to learn more. 

Common Causes of Florida Property Fires 

The U.S. Fire Administration reports that in 2021 there were 70 reported home fire fatalities in Florida, and thus far in 2022 there have been 32. Of the fire incidents reported nationally, some 66.7% happen in structures, 29.2% in vehicles, and just 2.1% outside. 

Common causes of fires that Florida property owners are impacted by include: 

  • Furnace or water heater fires 
  • Chemical fires
  • Product fires due to appliances, cell phones, power tools, and other household items
  • Arson 
  • Wildfires
  • Electrical fires 

Your insurance policy may cover certain causes of damage including types of fires. 

How Do You Determine Liability for Fire Damage?

Whether or not you are eligible for insurance coverage for fire damage to your property may depend upon the intricacies of the terms of your policy. Liability is proven through the evidence presented in your claim or case, and if taking the insurance company to court is necessary, STRUBLE, P.A. can help you advocate for your rights. Your attorney will use experts and incident adjusters to accurately measure the damage caused by the fire. Your lawyer can also help you obtain estimates for the repairs and replacements necessary to bring your property back to the condition it was in prior to the fire. 

Third-Parties are Sometimes Liable for Your Fire Damage In Whole or In Part

Some causes of fires are simply ruled accidents, like lightning, wildfire, or other natural events. When a third party caused the accident or incident that led to your fire, you may have a claim or case against the third party. An attorney can help you assess your rights and hold the appropriate party liable for your damages. .

The Advantages of Hiring a Florida Fire Damage Lawyer 

Experiencing fire damage to your home is a difficult experience. Working with a Florida fire damage attorney can alleviate the difficulties associated with wrongfully denied claims or undervalued damages, lowball offers of settlement, and inadequate compensation.   

Your Florida fire damage lawyer will ensure we are:

  • Communicating with you throughout the legal process to keep you informed 
  • Consulting with experts in the legal and insurance fields to support your case
  • Investigating how your claim was handled and estimated by the insurer
  • Accurately and completely measuring the value of your case 
  • Providing you with an understandable summary of your potential legal options 
  • Being your representative against the insurance company 
  • Working towards the highest settlement possible 

Working with a Florida fire damage lawyer provides you support during each step of the process towards collecting the compensation you deserve. 

Connect with a Florida Fire Damage Lawyer for Help Restoring Your Property and Recovering Damages 

Reach out to a Florida fire damage lawyer from STRUBLE, P.A. to discuss options on your case. If your insurance claim has been wrongfully denied, gone unpaid, or you believe you meet the prerequisites for a claim for bad faith, your claim could be eligible for our no property damage fees arrangement. In some cases, Florida statute requires that the insurance company pay our reasonable attorneys fees when we win in your case, and in such instances, our clients pay nothing out-of-pocket, no attorneys fees, and no costs. During our initial consultation, we’ll discuss the circumstances of your fire damage claim and your options.

Contact us online, email us at or call us at 321-283-5888 to explore options whenever convenient. Our experienced fire damage attorneys are standing by.