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D. Scott Boggs

D. Scott Boggs

Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer
Law Office of Amy Boggs
St. Petersburg, FL
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Insurance companies often deny valid property claims, underpay claims and delay payment on claims. Unfortunately, this can be standard business practice for insurance companies who put their bottom line before honoring the property insurance contract you pay premiums on. If you need someone to help navigate the obstacle course the insurance company will put you through in order to get your claim paid, consider hiring an insurance attorney who focuses their practice on property insurance claims and litigation. The Law Office of Amy Boggs, P.A. represents policyholders who have a property insurance claim dispute or who have experienced residential or commercial property damage in the greater Tampa Bay area and the State of Florida. Attorney Amy Boggs aggressively fights to preserve and protect the legal rights of policyholders. She has a high success rate of being able to fairly resolve most policyholder claim disputes and has developed a well-respected reputation as a trial attorney. Amy is also frequently called upon by the media for her knowledge and opinions regarding property insurance claims and legal issues.

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Insurance Law (100%)

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D. Scott Boggs
Law Office of Amy Boggs
4554 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
Office: 727-954-8833

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