Refusal to Pay Contracts

Hurricane Florence left many North Carolina communities destroyed.

Rebuilding our state will take months, and it will require experts who know how to do many jobs. Homes, businesses and communities cannot be rebuilt without contractors.

Contractors perform many different jobs, including: electrical, grading, framing, plumbing, roofing, paving, repairing bridges and roads.  Contractors are the builders and maker of our communities, and deserve to be paid for their work.

When a disaster happens, like Hurricane Florence, insurance companies agree to pay the contractors to build or rebuild the insured property.  Often, insurance companies agree to pay the contractors under the “assignment of benefits” of an insurance policy.

Unfortunately, insurance companies often are slow to pay contractors or refuse to pay for the entire job.  In many instances, this give rise to a “bad faith” claim against the insurance company.

If you are a contractor, you deserve to be paid for your work.  If you are a business or home owner, you deserve to have the job completed and done right.

Miller Law Group will fight to make sure contractors are paid for their work, and make sure they are allowed to deliver a quality product or job.


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