We are open 24/7 and fully operational during the COVID-19 quarantine. We offer video consultations and appointments.

Call for a free case evaluation

Insurance Dispute

Legal Resources
News

Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. keeps you up to date with the latest Insurance Dispute in St. Petersburg, FL.

COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance

COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance

This article will assess whether business owners potentially have a viable COVID-19 insurance claim and what steps to take in order to position your business for a successful outcome.
HURRICANE MICHAEL INSURANCE CLAIM

Hurricane Michael Insurance Claim?

Hurricane Michael formed from a tropical disturbance off of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. As a loosely organized tropical system,
We Assist With Hurricane Harvey Property Damage Claims

We Assist With Hurricane Harvey Property Damage Claims

When your property incurs damage, it’s a stressful situation. It’s common to take relief in the fact that you have purchased an insurance policy to cover your damages, should you ever need it. You may think that once you’ve submitted your claim, receiving your money to cover your losses would be a streamlined and dignified process.
Tropical Storm Emily Inundates Tampa Bay With Rain & Wind

Tropical Storm Emily Inundates Tampa Bay With Rain & Wind

When your property incurs damage, it’s a stressful situation. It’s common to take relief in the fact that you have purchased an insurance policy to cover your damages, should you ever need it. You may think that once you’ve submitted your claim, receiving your money to cover your losses would be a streamlined and dignified process.
Reporting to Your Insurance Company and Giving a Recorded Statement - Why You Should Consider Consulting an Attorney

Reporting to Your Insurance Company and Giving a Recorded Statement – Why You Should Consider Consulting an Attorney

In order to recover for a loss from an insurance company, you first have to report the loss.  In the legal/insurance parlance, this is called reporting a claim.  Insurance policies typically have a “duty of cooperation” clause.  What this means is that when you report a loss to your insurance company, you must cooperate and provide them information regarding the loss.  Keep in mind this discussion is related only to dealing with your insurance company, the one you pay to protect you.  You do not owe a duty to cooperate to someone else’s insurance company though there are situations in which that might be beneficial to you. 

Free Consultation

Fill out the form below and we will get back will you shortly.  Fields labeled with an asterisk are required.






    Search Our Website

    Enter some keywords into the search bar below and click the search icon