4 Things to Expect at an Examination Under Oath

If you are filing a significant claim with your insurance company, you can expect that there will be some level of investigation involved on their part. Even if they don’t suspect fraud, they will often try to reduce or eliminate a claim on a technicality or by simply frustrating the client into giving up. One of the most common ways that this is done is through a process known as an examination under oath, or Read More

Picking Up the Pieces: 10 Steps to Take After Losing Your Home to a Fire

If your home was seriously damaged or destroyed in a fire, you will undoubtedly be feeling overwhelmed. For many people, not really understanding what to do next can be extremely stressful and difficult. Unfortunately, while this difficult situation is unfolding, it is critical to make sure certain things are taken care of to avoid further issues down the road. The following ten steps will help give you direction, Read More

4 Tips for Filing an Insurance Claim After a Hurricane

By the time Hurricane Irma finally receded, property destruction was rampant all over Florida. The Consumer Federation of America estimated that the coming weeks would produce over 450,000 insurance claims for wind and flood damage. Flood claims insured by FEMA could potentially amount to $15 billion. When you are preparing to file your own claim, keep these four tips in mind. They will help ensure that your claim Read More

Barnard Law Offices has a New Website

We are proud to announce the launch of our new website at www.barnardlawoffices.com! We encourage you to explore the various resources and helpful information included on the site, and feel free to share it with any friends, family, colleagues, or other acquaintances whom you feel could benefit from our legal services. Our firm is dedicated to helping you stand up to property insurance companies seeking to deny Read More