It is likely that your property may have sustained hurricane damages as a result of Hurricane Irma. But many policy holders are unfamiliar with what their options are or even how to navigate filing a claim. That’s where we come in.
My name is Julio C. Acosta, Esq. For 20 years I represented insurance companies and protected them against claims made by their policyholders. Specifically, in 2005, after hurricane Wilma and Katrina, I began representing Citizens Property and Casualty, the largest home insurer in Florida. I spent a decade representing them and a half other companies such as State Farm, in hundreds of hurricane and other first property damage cases.
Recently, I made a decision to use that knowledge and experience to represent those who were affected by the hurricane damages and destruction of Hurricane Irma.
Besides the extensive amount of experience outlined above, why use us? I was born and raised, in Miami, Florida, and know the venue well. I’m “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell (since 2008). This is the highest rating a lawyer can achieve exemplifying the highest level of professional excellence.
Additionally, I’ve been listed as a “Top Lawyer” by the South Florida Legal Guide, since 2011 and a “Top Rated Lawyer” by the Miami Herald, 2012. Since 2012, I have been included in Legal Leaders as one of “South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers”. I have been named as a Florida Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine (2016). I have a 10/10 AVVO rating.
If you want to maximize your hurricane damages claim, doesn’t it make sense to use an attorney that worked for these same companies and knows how to beat them?