Hurricane Ian was one of the worst storms to hit Southwest Florida in recent memory. Homeowners in Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Sanibel, Marco Island, and even father inland have suffered tremendous losses.
If your insurance company has denied your claim or is simply giving you “the run-around,” The Law Office of Chad D. Cummings, headquartered in PNC Bank Tower in Naples, is here to help.
If you retain my firm, I will represent you in your discussions with your insurance company, using all available legal means, to get the highest possible settlement check delivered as quickly as possible.
Time is of the essence; therefore, if you need assistance with your Hurricane Ian insurance claim, it is advantageous and critical to retain an attorney to represent your interests.
Should you choose to contact me, we will begin with a free, no obligation thirty minute meeting—via phone or face-to-face—to discuss your situation. Then, should you choose to retain my services, I will prepare and deliver to you for your approval a formal representation agreement.
Unless and until I receive the signed representation agreement returned by you, my firm will not have accepted any responsibility for your case and will perform no work on your behalf. Please contact me today to get started.
I am an attorney and Certified Public Accountant serving Southwest Florida.
Previously, I served in operations and finance with the world’s largest accounting firm (PricewaterhouseCoopers), airline (American Airlines), and bank (JPMorgan Chase & Co.). I have also created and advised a variety of start-up ventures.
I am a member of The Florida Bar, and I hold active CPA licensure in Florida and Texas and undergraduate and graduate degrees in accounting and taxation from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
My practice emphasizes, but is not limited to, the law as it intersects small businesses and their owners. I also assist clients with insurance claims, estate planning, and other legal matters on an ad hoc basis. I live and work in Naples, Florida.