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Condo Associations Claims

Maple Leaf Public Adjusters is a trusted source regarding condo associations claims in Florida. In the event of a fire, storm damage, and other disasters, navigating the relationships and responsibilities of a COA and unit owners can be daunting. That’s why our public adjusters have cultivated years of expertise and experience to guide you to a favorable conclusion. We’ll work directly with affected parties and insurance companies to reach fair, honest settlements that satisfy all involved. You can trust us most for detailed documentation and reasonable negotiations, ensuring all parties come out better on the other side.

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Five Questions You Should Ask Yourself

Board members of a COA swear a solemn responsibility to protect unit owners’ interests. COAs take legal and ethical accountability for unit owners, protecting their assets while ensuring their power stays in check for the duration of their service.If you’re a COA member or a unit owner, asking yourself the following questions is essential to making sure you stay above board. Consider these questions and answer them honestly before potential damages strike. Doing so will save you time, money, and your relationships in the event of a disaster:

  • Is the COA board thoroughly knowledgeable about their master insurance policy?
  • Does state law override the terms and conditions of the master insurance policy?
  • What are the unit owners’ and COA’s responsibilities? For what are they held accountable?
  • How do you get board members to agree on a fair and suitable settlement?
  • When is it appropriate to enlist a public adjuster to negotiate your claim?

Reach a Settlement Through a Free Inspection

We understand the strain and stress filing claims can take on your property and business relationships, and that’s why we’re here to help. We’ll assess the details of your case during your inspection and later establish your goals and communication lines with your insurance company. Our top goal is to ensure you receive the best outcome at the end of your claims journey.

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