Five months after Hurricane Irma formed, fewer than half of its nearly 877,000 claims in Florida worth an estimated $7.2 billion have been closed with payment, state records show. More than 83 percent of the claims involve residential property, with most in South Florida according to information recently released by the state Office of Insurance Regulation.

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Implied in every insurance contract is the promise of “good faith and fair dealing,” which essentially means that the insurer must not harm your right to receive benefits under the policy. To comply with its promise to act in good faith, an insurance carrier must adhere to certain duties such as accurate communication, timely investigation or full payment of what is owed.

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We hope you like the new look we’ve unveiled at Acle Law Firm, which is designed to make it easier to find the information you are looking for about South Florida insurance law. In particular, we made our site simple to navigate so you can learn as much as you need about Acle Law Firm’s services, which reflects our forward thinking and modern approach to our practice.

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