Jay M. Arnesen, Esq.
Jay Arnesen is a tenacious trial attorney and litigator with over a decade of trial experience. Jay has dedicated his practice to recovering money for residential and commercial property owners who have been taken advantage of by their insurance companies.
Paris R. Webb, Esq.
Paris R. Webb earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2003 where he graduated Magna Cum Laude (top 5% of his class).
Jesse Long – Associate Attorney
Jesse joined Arnesen Webb, P.A. in September 2015. Jesse was raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and graduated from Muhlenberg College.
Christina Zanakos – Associate Attorney
Christina joined Arnesen Webb, P.A. in August 2016. She attended the University of Central Florida (“UCF”) in Orlando, Florida for her undergraduate studies, graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English.
Julie Collange, Esq. – Associate Attorney
As an Associate Attorney with Arnesen Webb, P.A., Julie’s primary focus is in the area of Plaintiff’s First Party Property Damage cases, where she represents property owners against insurance companies who have wrongfully denied, delayed, or underpaid their insurance claims.
Our Law Firm is Dedicated to Homeowners Insurance Claim Disputes and Personal Injury
No Fees Or Costs Until We Recover Money For You!
Arnesen Webb, P.A. is a property insurance dispute law firm dedicated to the representation of policyholders against insurance companies. If you have sustained property damage to your home or business and your insurance company has wrongfully denied, delayed or underpaid your insurance claim, call us now to help. We provide home and business owners assistance with the claims handling process including preparation of sworn Proof of Loss (POL) statements, representation at an Examination Under Oath (EUO) and filing a Civil Remedy Notice (CRN). Our team of insurance attorneys guide policyholders through the complex legal issues involved with insurance claims and litigating against insurance companies.
Many times homeowners and business owners do not fully understand the confusing and complex language contained in an insurance policy. Insurance policies cover many occurrences including damages caused by a hurricane, tropical storm, windstorm, burst pipe, supply line leak, roof leak, plumbing system failure, shower pan leak, fire, hail, vandalism, burglary/theft, and the list goes on. However, just because you buy an insurance policy and pay your premiums, does not mean that your insurance company will pay you the full value of your claim after a loss or disaster occurs. Insurance companies are businesses and like any business, their goal is to make a profit. They do this by taking in as many premiums as possible and by paying out the least amount of insurance benefits. Insurance companies “play the odds” that most policyholders will not hire an attorney after an insurance claim is underpaid or denied.