Property Damage AttorneyDavid Gongora is a Florida Property Insurance Claim Attorney and concentrates his practice in representing property owners when their property insurance company refuses to pay a claim or when their property insurance claim is underpaid or undervalued.
About David Gongora, Esq.
In 2002, David earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Real Estate. He honed his analytical skills during his tenure as a nationwide strategic management consultant to on demand manufacturing firms. He focused his experience and education in business across South Florida as a commercial real estate broker – negotiating industrial Real Estate leasing, construction, and sales transactions. In 2004, David was elected as councilman for unincorporated Miami-Dade county and served on the Planning and Zoning Appeals board. He continued his Real Estate education by obtaining his Juris Doctorate degree in 2011. Enhancing his core Real Estate and business background, he keeps up to date with the latest commercial litigation and property insurance claim case law in Florida State and Federal Courts.
Throughout his career, David Gongora has been involved in the negotiation and prosecution of multi-million dollar commercial insurance disputes and fidelity bond claims, defense of international multi-million dollar fraud-based claims, defense of Carmack Amendment and Montreal Convention claims against carriers in Federal Court; prosecution of inverse taking claims, complex litigation, insurance bad faith, insurance compliance, lending institution compliance, Homeowners and Condominium Association claims, and civil trials. Today, this experience is focused on assisting business and property owners when their insurance company refuses to pay claims, undervalues or underpays claims, or delays payment on claims. If you have experienced:
- Water Damage
- Broken Pipes
- Roof Damage
- Cracked floor tiles
- Wind Damage
- Storm and Hurricane Damage
Call (407)500-2524 for a free no-obligation consultation. No Fees or Costs if no Recovery. Under Florida Statute 627.428, policyholders are entitled to attorney fees when they prevail in their claims against their insurance companies for coverage. which means that if we win in Court, no portion of your recovery is reduced to pay for our attorney’s fees.
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