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Property Insurance Defense

Property insurance is a complex, multi-billion dollar arena in which there are significant risks for both the insureds…and the insurers. Goldstein Law Group counsels clients on the best methods for preventing fraud, and vigorously investigates and litigates fraud when it occurs.

Our property insurance counsel includes, but is not limited to:

Water damage mitigation is a growing, lucrative business. A lack of oversight and enforceable guidelines enables unscrupulous individuals to take advantage of these situations. GLG is working with clients to seek long-term legislative relief and, in the meantime, provides solid investigatory and litigation strategies to mitigate the fraud potential.

Arson for Profit, or arson insurance fraud, involves intentionally setting property on fire to collect insurance money. It’s one reason why property and home insurance premiums are so high, and why Goldstein Law Group is leading the fight to eliminate this fraud.

Auto Glass Claims: Often auto glass claims are thought of as low priority, nuisance insurance claims. However, the increase of these claims has changed the industry’s perception. This type of fraud is on the rise because it is quick and easy to commit. Although each individual case may not cost insurers thousands of dollars, the claims and financial impact add up. Goldstein Law Group is experienced in uncovering these fraudulent claims and successfully eliminating them.


Goldstein Law Group has a Martindale-Hubbell AV rating. Select law firms receive this certification.



Goldstein Law Group is licensed to practice Law in the State of Florida. Our offices are located at 100 NE 3rd Ave., Suite 700, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33301

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