Tuesday, May 24, 2022

The 561 Face of Insurance Policyholder Representation

The Morgan Law Group

Thomas J. Morgan, Jr.

Learning from his father’s insurance law practice served as inspiration for Thomas J. Morgan, Jr. to pursue a degree in law from St. Thomas University and to solely focus his practice on representing homeowners and businesses in regards to property damage insurance disputes.

“Before we began representing policyholders, we were involved working on the side of the insurance company, and the experience of doing work for both carriers and policyholders alike has allowed us to have a greater insight into understanding the entire claims process,” explains Morgan.

“Our area of practice gives us the opportunity to understand what goes on when there is a dispute or disaster. People purchase a policy and believe they are covered. The reality is you don’t always understand what the coverages are, or what the exclusions are until you face a problem. A lot of times understanding the language is a grey area, so you need an expert like myself to be on your side. For the last 16 years I have solely represented policyholders.”

Aside from hurricanes, water damage and leaks from a broken pipe are the most common claims. “That’s what your policy is there for−to protect your home against the most prevalent types of losses. I am here to help you navigate the process from start to finish so you get the financial recovery you deserve for your damages.”


305/569-9900; Policyadvocate.com

This sponsored content is from the November/December issue of Boca magazineFor more from this year’s 561 Faces special section, click here.

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