A commercial insurance firm will often make a decision to act in bad faith against its insured, even though the law says the insurer owes specific duties in the commercial relationship. When a commercial insurer fails to promptly pay a valid claim after its insured’s property is damaged by a hurricane, severe weather, flood, fire, earthquake, hail storms, windstorms, or other natural disasters, the business may suffer severe financial repercussions. Business losses mount and, in some cases, the business fails.
Bad faith insurance companies cause so much pain and distress. The impact of business failure can have a ripple effect in the property owner’s community, affecting customers, vendors, clients, and others who depend on its products and services.
BBA | University of Houston
JD | South Texas College of Law
State Bar of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
State of Colorado
U.S. District Court District of Colorado
Supreme Court of Texas
The knowledgeable legal team at Mindiola Law Firm has an extraordinary track record of strong results for our clients in complex insurance litigation. We’re based in Texas, and we’re accustomed to the needs of fast-growing clients in multiple industry groups throughout the United States.
We believe in our clients. It is our honor to work with you. Our extensive track record of demonstrated successes is reflected by our contingency fee model:
We put our skills and resources on the line to achieve these results. If we’re not successful, you owe us nothing.
Mindiola Law Firm has the financial resources, intellectual energy, and experience needed to manage and prevail in property dispute claims. We know how to fight the commercial insurance industry and win. We’ve brought our clients’ property insurance disputes to almost every major domestic and international insurance group.
If you’re looking for a law firm with an extensive track record of success in commercial property claims disputes, you’re in the right place.
We have distinguished ourselves from other law firms. In order to offer our clients with the most effective representation, our practice is limited to commercial properties such as churches, schools, office buildings, grocery stores, car and truck dealerships, and other high-value buildings. We don’t represent owners of single-family residential properties.