Dealing with insurance companies can be time-consuming and frustrating.

The legal staff at Lost Value Law, P.A. have the resources and experience to file your claim, negotiate with the insurance companies, and recover your losses. In addition, our attorneys do not get paid until you do. This is because payment is based on a percentage of your diminished value recovery, rather than an hourly rate.  As a result, you can be sure we are working to truly get you what you are owed. Under Florida law, if you were not at fault in an accident and you can prove your vehicle has incurred diminished value of your vehicle, you can seek recovery. Because an insurance company’s motivation is profit, not paying claims, insurance companies don’t want you to recover your diminished value.  The insurer might even tell you that you do not have a right to seek such recovery. Even if you are well aware of your ability to make a diminished value claim, the insurance company will do all it can to avoid payment or to pay you as little as possible. So, Let us help you!
At Lost Value Law, P.A. we do not get paid until you do. Our philosophy is that payment is based on a percentage of the diminished value recovery, rather than billing our client’s costly hourly rates.


When your automobile is damaged in an accident it loses value, insurance companies do not inform you when you go to get the vehicle fixed that they may be responsible to pay you for the loss of value to your vehicle.


Insurance Bad Faith is a legal term of art unique to the law of the United States that describes a tort claim that an insured person may have against an insurance company for its bad acts.


A Motor Vehicle Accident occurs when a vehicle collides with another car, motorcycle, or pedestrian, ... Many times, an auto accident may not result in injuries but when traffic collisions result...