HELPING CONTRACTORS OBTAIN PAYMENT FOR SERVICES
When disaster strikes, property owners often have an immediate need for disaster contractors to deal with emergency cleanup to prevent further damage before more permanent repairs or rebuilding can commence, but things changed effective July 1, 2019.
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE PASSES AOB REFORM— NOW WHAT?
Contractors across Florida received a punch in the gut after a hard-fought seven-year battle with the insurance industry and more recently, the new governor and his cabinet, when the Legislature passed HB7065/SB122 AOB Reform, which was ultimately signed by Governor DeSantis.
The effect of this is legislation significantly curtails the use of AOB and handed over control of emergency and restoration decisions to insurance companies.
Insurance Litigation Group has worked with AOB contractors for more than 15 years and is determined to help ensure they get paid for their work and can continue operating in this new and restrictive environment.
What can be done now?
We have studied the bills thoroughly and believe we have a sound strategy for our restoration clients that will help them survive and thrive in the new pro-insurance company environment. Give us a call today to discuss our recommended contract language and litigation strategy going forward.
Visit https://www.restorationlaw.com/new-2019-aob-laws-explained/ for a complete analysis and practical effects of this legislation.
For more information please call 786-551-9938 or email us at email@example.com how we can assist you today.