Se Habla Español
Call Toll Free +1-855-969-5100

Blog

Published articles by Danahy and Murray

Preparing your home for Hurricane Matthew

In the late night hours on October 6th 2016, Hurricane Matthew began its landfall in Florida, causing damage to countless homes and business, and wreaking havoc throughout the State. While Floridians are not strangers to extreme weather, major hurricanes like Matthew represent a rare, catastrophic event that few communities can withstand. In this blog, we take a look at what each household can do to prepare for these storms, document any damage, and prepare themselves for a successful storm damage...
Read More

Attorneys Murray and Weber secure victory in trial

Danahy & Murray, P.A. is proud to announce that Attorneys David Murray and Howard Weber have secured a trial victory for two clients who were the victims of bad faith by their insurance provider. After a week-long trial, a jury determined that the plaintiffs were indeed owed coverage from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation. The clients came to our firm after sustaining damage to their home. They filed a claim with Citizens Property Insurance Corporation—only to be told that the circumstances...
Read More

When is your sworn Proof of Loss due?

Hurricane Herminie was the first hurricane to hit Florida in more than a decade. On September 2, 2016 Herminie came inland southeast of Tallahassee with heavy rain, 80 mph winds and flooding. Insurance companies in Florida are getting thousands of damage claims from Florida property owners who purchased insurance policies to protect them from such losses. You should know that your insurance policy is a legal contract, with detailed and specific terms and conditions which must be followed in order...
Read More

How National Flood Adjusters do their job

With the horrible and tragic flooding that is happening in Louisiana and throughout the Gulf coast, a number of people will likely be visited by a National Flood Adjuster who claims that they will fight to get these victims as much money as possible. However, this comforting speech is far from completely honest, as these adjusters are prone to writing estimates that are significantly less than what is actually needed or owed. How Adjusters are Paid Knowing how these adjusters...
Read More

Does my car insurance cover rentals

Whether you’re traveling to a distant land or your own car is getting a repair, odds are good that you will need to rent a car at some point in your adult life. However, many people are unsure whether or not their own personal auto insurance policies cover them in these rental vehicles. Let’s take a look at how auto insurance policies generally treat rental vehicles and what to expect if you are in an accident while renting. Most auto...
Read More

5 Common Examples of Bad Faith

Many people filing insurance claims are not always sure of what their rights are or what administrative processes are used to review and decide on their claim. When an insurance company fails to provide proper relief to the claimant, it could be because something is legitimately wrong with their claim. Other times, however, it is because the provider has acted in bad faith. If your insurance provider has acted in bad faith, it is recommended that you speak with a...
Read More