The Law Firm of J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo, P.A. helps insurance policyholders recover what they are due on their insurance claims, zealously advocates on behalf of victims of catastrophic personal injuries or wrongful death and fights for the rights of consumers and small businesses in Miami and throughout Miami-Dade County, Florida.

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  • Florida Residential Fire Sprinkler Requirement May Be Dropped The Florida Building Commission is looking to adopt a 2009 International Residential Code provision that will require builders to install automatic fire sprinklers in many newly constructed residential properties. The Florida House is looking to abolish the proposed requirements.
  • Deltona House Fire Investigated A Deltona house fire is now being investigated by the Deltona Fire Department’s Fire Loss Management Division and the State Fire Marshall’s Office. The estimated 1,800 square foot house suffered extensive damage and was blamed for approximately $150,000 in damage to personal items.
  • Punta Gorda Police Arrest Two in Stolen Boat Motor Parts Robbery The Punta Gorda police have arrested two Port Charlotte men in connection with the theft of approximately $230,000 in stolen boat motor parts.
  • What Happens to Stolen Cars in Florida? Where are stolen Florida cars going? Many experts believe that these stolen vehicles are being sent to Mexico and Latin American countries. The “Stolen Vehicle Slow Down” service allows police to stop a car from thousands of miles away.
  • Florida State Farm Policyholders to Receive Bad News Some Florida State Farm residential policy holders are about to get some bad news. The insurance giant has notified the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation that it intends to discontinue to service Florida. Some policyholders will see rate increase by as much as 14.8%.
  • Florida Lawmakers Dealing With Insurance Mess State Farm’s decision to discontinue serving residential insurance policies in Florida has left state lawmakers with an insurance mess. Policy holders can find significant rate increases for insurance polices and possibly leave the state on the hook for billions of dollars.
  • LoJack Corp Release Auto Theft Report LoJack Corporation has released its first Auto Theft Recover Report in February for 2009. The report showed that 90 percent of vehicles equipped with their devices were successfully recovered. Honda and GM vehicles had the highest rate of recovery. Contact our office today at you are dealing with a stolen vehicle claim in Florida.
  • Three People Escape Injury in Lake Worth House Fire Three people escaped a Lake Worth house fire after a dog inside the house barked repeatedly to wake them up. Read this article to learn more and contact a Miami insurance lawyer for assistance with your Florida fire insurance claim.
  • Stolen Car Hits Police Car in Gulfport, Florida - Insurance Lawyer A stolen car incident in Gulfport ends with a police officer being injured. If you are dealing with a Florida stolen vehicle insurance claim, contact the Law Firm of J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo, P.A. at (305) 461-1095 or toll free at 1-(866)-71-CLAIM.
  • Stolen Car Claim Yields a $55 Million Verdict Against Metlife A jury in Arizona returned a verdict against MetLife for over $55 million dollars on a stolen auto insurance claim.
  • America’s Most Stolen Cars- 2008 According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Uniform Crime Reports, a motor vehicle is stolen in the United States every 28 seconds.
  • $35 Million Dollar Settlement - Louisiana Citizens Insurance Settles T Following a disaster such as a hurricane, you expect your insurance company to be there when you need them the most. Well in the case of Louisiana Insurance, the insurer chose to disregard its policyholders following hurricanes Katrina and Rita by not responding with a written offer to settle within the 30 day period after receiving the policyholders claim. These sort of delay tactics cause policyholders to get desperate in a time of need and forces them to accept less than a fair settlement. In this case, at least Louisiana Citizen came to its senses and decided to settle and make good on their promise to its policyholders.
  • Insurer Settles Lawsuit with Real Estate Developer for $42.5 Million D How do you explain paying your premiums on time, filing a valid insurance claim with your insurance company, only to have your claim completely denied and having your policy dropped. This is exactly what happened to a real estate developer in Panama City Beach, Florida.
  • $80 Million Dollar Business Interruption Claim Settled How would you like to be a honest business owner, in one year alone pay $224,591 in premiums for your business interruption policy, see your business destructed and then witness your insurance company deny your business income loss interruption claim. Well, that’s exactly what happened to ABM Industries, Inc after the 9/11 World Trade Center destruction.