Miami, Florida (PRWEB) January 28, 2013
In the wake of the many disputed insurance claims following Hurricane Sandy, Miami-based law firm Insurance Claim Resolution, or ICR, has begun offering seminars to help prepare insurance holders on how to ensure their property is valued accurately in the case they incur any damage from a future storm that would require them to file a claim.
After thousands of homeowners were caught unprepared and unable to receive the full benefit of their insurance policies, ICR sought to create a seminar that would ensure local homeowners and business owners are adequately prepared before a storm hits. “There are many things businesses and homeowners can do to prepare for natural disasters,” says Scott Kandell, a partner at ICR. “We want to educate them on every facet to ensure that, in the case of a landfall next hurricane season, they can feel assured that they will not have to endure financial duress. That way, they can focus on what’s really important: their safety and that of their families.”
The free seminars will address a variety of subjects specific to natural disaster preparation including: which inspections insurance holders should have on their property, what records to keep, how to ensure records are not lost in the event of a storm and how often they should update their records. The seminars will also provide general insurance information for homes and businesses faced with natural disasters. In addition, ICR will discuss what actions are available in the instance that an insurance company disputes a claim.
For more information visit: http://icrlaw.com/
ABOUT INSURANCE CLAIM RESOLUTION: ICR specializes in managing, expediting and resolving commercial and residential property insurance claims as well as other property and liability claims. Their insurance attorneys have years of experience resolving claims on behalf of policyholders as well as years spent as attorneys for insurance companies. Their legal services exist not only to resolve disputes but also to help avoid them from the onset of the claim.