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Florida homeowner claims Nationwide Insurance failed to cover all damages from Hurricane Irma


By Noddy A. Fernandez | Aug 25, 2018

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ORLANDO — A Florida homeowner is suing Nationwide Insurance Co., claiming that he did not get full value for property damages caused by Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Juan Rodriguez filed a complaint on Aug. 15, in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida - Orange County, against Nationwide Insurance of Florida, alleging that the defendant breached its duty to comply with his contract for coverage.

Juan Rodriguez claims his insurance policy was in full force and effect on Sept. 10, 2017, when his property suffered damages by a hurricane. He claims he was denied full value for roofing and/construction expenses of the property. 

The plaintiff holds Nationwide Insurance Company of Florida responsible because the defendant allegedly refused to reimburse plaintiff as agreed in the contract and failed or refused to pay all of plaintiff’s bills and or estimates.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment against for all unpaid bills with interest on any overdue payments, costs, attorney fees, and for all other remedies the Court sees fit to grant. He is represented by Tammy Hammack-Barber of Cohen Law Group in Maitland.

9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida - Orange County Case number 18CA008899

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