F.A.Q.

Why PR Legal Group, P.A. as your Law Firm?

P.R. Legal Group has been focusing on  insurance law and trials since 2000. The attorneys at P.R. Legal Group work with the top experts for your type of claim.  In most cases, the firm fronts all costs for experienced experts in order to build the strongest case for you, the policyholder.

From engineers to contractors, to independent professionals,P.R. Legal Group retains qualified experts to adequately assess your insurance claim. The utilization of these professional expert witnesses sets P.R. Legal Group apart from other insurance law firms.

The attorneys at our firm perform with due diligence and are determined to assist policyholders in obtaining what they are owed and the initial review of your insurance claim is complimentary. P.R. Legal Group is the policyholder’s advocate, representing policyholders nationwide.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

How much does it cost to retain PR Legal Group?

Nothing! Our entitlement to fees fall under Florida Statute. We do not take a "cut" or percentage of your settlement. When we win the insurance company becomes liable to pay our fees and costs over and above what you recieve. PR Legal Group may hire industry experts and use other resources to build the ultimate case for you, the policyholder.


What does PR Legal Group need to review my case?

 

PR Legal Group asks you to please provide the following documents if applicable and available.

For Residential and Commercial Property Claims:

  • Insurance policy or copy of declaration page of insurance policy
  • Denial letter
  • Any and all correspondence to and from the insurance company
  • Any estimates of items to be replaced/repaired

How long do I have to file a lawsuit against my insurance company?

The statute of limitations is the time you must file a lawsuit against your carrier after a loss. This varies from policy to policy and state to state. Act promptly and make sure you don’t delay if you want to be properly paid for your claim.  Contact us today so that we can help.

Locations

We are located in Miami however we  also serve Monroe County, Broward County, and West Palm Beach. 

Questions

Have questions? We have answers. Contact us so that we can answer any questions you might have about your case.