What Happens When Business Loses Revenue To An Unforeseen Interruption?

A nearby fire. Hurricane or severe weather warnings. A small fire in a storeroom. Over the course of a year, most businesses will experience an unexpected interruption in their operations. When the interruption results in a downturn or loss of business, commercial insurance policies are supposed to cover the claim for damages. Too often, though, insurers find reasons to deny the claim or refute the extent of financial damages.

Call the law office of Jon Michael Smith, Attorney at Law, at 512-518-4584 to discuss your business income insurance claim.

If you own or operate a business in Central Texas and have been denied the full amount of business interruption damages you are entitled to for your insurance claim, call my office in Austin. I am commercial law specialist Jon Michael Smith, in Austin. I have focused my practice on Texas insurance claims law for more than 25 years. I will review your initial claim and the reasons your insurer is denying, delaying or reducing your claim.

I understand the strategies insurance companies use when denying or reducing claims. I believe that business owners know what the full cost of interruption can do to their bottom lines and I fight hard to help them.

My experience includes business interruption insurance claims related to:

  • Fire damage to the business property or nearby properties
  • Hurricane and severe weather warnings
  • Tornado and rain damage to the community
  • Equipment damage or maintenance shutdown
  • Police actions

Contact An Experienced Commercial Insurance Claims Dispute Lawyer

Call my office in Austin at 512-518-4584 or use the convenient email contact form to describe your business interruption claim. I will contact you as soon as possible to arrange a free consultation to discuss ways I can help you fight back against bad faith insurance practices.