Homeowners Insurance Policy

Your home suffers a flood, fire or other catastrophe, and your life is turned upside down. You may be wondering whether you should make a claim against your homeowner's insurance. At The Law Firm of Leisawitz Heller, we have significant experience helping Reading-area families with these matters, and our answer is a resounding "Yes."

Why You File A Claim

When accidents happen, people are often surprised to find they have more insurance coverage than they imagined. Even if you think it is impossible for something to be covered, file a claim. What's the worst that could happen? The coverage is often broader than you think. There are many instances where a policy may provide coverage, but if you don't submit a claim, you'll never know. So when in doubt, file a claim! And if you need help understanding your policy, give us a call.

Our attorneys have dealt with hundreds of clients and their insurance companies, and you would be surprised what can be covered. Of course the insurance company hopes you miss something that falls through the cracks. Why wouldn't it? It saves it time and money. The insurance company wants what is best for itself, but we want what's best for you.

In Disputes With Your Insurer, Experience Matters

At Leisawitz Heller, we have helped many Pennsylvanians understand, and get the most out of, their homeowner's insurance. But we are also exceptionally skilled litigators, prepared to handle disputes with insurance companies. If you've been denied compensation you believe you deserve, discuss your case with us. With over 100 years of combined experience and a track record of multimillion-dollar settlements, Leisawitz Heller's personal injury team is committed to fight for your justice.

Consult An Attorney

To review your homeowner's insurance policy, or to discuss a dispute with your insurer, please request an appointment with one of our experienced trial lawyers today. You can also call us at 610-816-0858. We offer free case evaluations and handle insurance claim cases on a contingency fee basis.