At Roeder Smith Jadin, PLLC, we are a team of respected attorneys that helps people when insurance companies do not adjust and pay claims fairly. We protect the rights of policyholders and:
- Guide them through the process of securing coverage for storm damage and other acts of nature, as well as coverage after fire damage, plumbing leaks, structural collapse and water damage
- Represent clients during insurance appraisal hearings after an insurance carrier undervalues a property damage claim
- Help clients navigate claim denials and coverage disputes, including representing clients in issuing lawsuits and bad faith claims when insurance companies deny claims without a reasonable basis
We understand the different needs faced by individual and commercial policyholders, as well as community associations and farm and ranch policyholders. As an individual policyholder, you may be concerned about where you will sleep and live, as well as additional living expenses. As a commercial policyholder, you may be most concerned with recovering for your business interruption and lost profits. Either way, we can work hard to secure the results you need.
Our team has firsthand knowledge regarding how insurance carriers try to defend against claims. We know how to counter their arguments and how to negotiate with them effectively. All of our team’s lawyers previously represented general contractors, subcontractors and their insurance companies. By enlisting our service, this experience works to your advantage.
Protecting Policyholders Across The Midwest
From our office in Bloomington, Minnesota, we are available to serve clients’ insurance recovery needs across Minnesota and into western Wisconsin and northern Iowa. It is important to understand that these matters are time-sensitive:
- In Minnesota, there is generally a two-year statute of limitations for issuing an insurance recovery dispute as an individual policyholder, and a one-year statute of limitations as a commercial policyholder or farm or ranch policyholder. Every insurance policy is different, and you should check with an attorney to evaluate the statute of limitations under your insurance policy.
- In Wisconsin, the statute of limitations is generally one year for individual and commercial policyholders alike. Again, every insurance policy is different, and you should check with an attorney to evaluate the statute of limitations under your insurance policy.
If you face an insurance claim dispute, including an undervalued claim, an unpaid claim or a denied claim, call us. Our firm also handles cases of construction defect litigation and personal injury cases.
Let Us Help You
For a free 30-minute initial consultation, please contact us online or call 952-388-0289.