Our Process — Commercial

If you have suffered property damage to your business, you likely have many unanswered questions about how the commercial insurance claims process works. At MMA Law Firm, we have built our firm advocating for those misguided by their insurance companies. Our commercial insurance dispute lawyers are devoted to ensuring our clients get the fair settlement they deserve. During the business insurance claims process, your case will go through multiple steps, and it is important that you are aware of what those stages are.

Whether you enlist our help from the very beginning or at any stage of the process, the team at MMA Law Firm can assist you in smoothly navigating your commercial insurance claims journey.

Policy Review

  • Attorneys will review the client’s insurance policy and discuss a cost-benefit analysis on coverages that might be more or less beneficial to the client, depending on the client’s risk profile.

On-Site Inspections

  • If the client elects, MMA will have properties inspected to provide a “time capsule” of the properties in the event a loss occurs — and before and after analysis can be made — to potentially expedite the claim process.
  • In the event a loss occurs, we will inspect the loss to assist in determining an adequate response and meet with the insurance carrier on-site to go over the totality of the loss.

Monitor Properties

  • If the client elects, MMA can assist in electronically monitoring properties to provide more accurate data and expedite response time..

Claim Representation

  • In the event the property experiences a loss, our team can file the claim, negotiate, manage, estimate, and, if needed, litigate to ensure adequate coverage under the policy.

at MMA Law Firm, our firm aims to provide the best possible legal representation. Our Houston insurance claims attorneys are committed to your case, and we will keep you advised of important developments throughout the commercial insurance claims process. We look forward to assisting you in any way we can. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for additional information on a more specific issue. Please don’t hesitate to contact us!