Perry & Neblett P.A., is committed to providing excellence in its legal representation of clients as a general civil trial and appellate practice in state and federal courts. As a full service admiralty and insurance dispute law firm with Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys, Perry & Neblett offers litigation and transactional expertise to its clients in both complex and routine legal matters including, but not limited to, insurance claims, denials and bad faith, commercial maritime matters, salvage, hurricane and storm damage claims, boat sinking and warranty claims, yacht finance and transactions, offshore corporate formation, recreational and commercial boating issues and all types of insurance disputes.

Perry & Neblett’s Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys represent clients in all types of insurance loss claims from hurricane and storm related damages, vessel sinking and damage claims to coverage issues, denials, appraisals and bad faith for residential and commercial properties. The attorneys of Perry & Neblett pride themselves on a “hands on” approach and are committed to providing clients with competent, cost effective legal representation.

Perry & Neblett P.A., is attuned to the needs of all types of clients and its Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys have experience representing a wide range of clients from recreational vessel owners to private property owners and large associations. There are very specialized laws and limitations which pertain to insurance disputes and maritime claims. Sorting out and asserting the applicable law is a very precise specialty in this very active venue. Thus, whether you are an individual or association involved with an insurance dispute, claim denial or underpayment or a boat owner who has issues with his or her yacht, the attorney’s of Perry & Neblett have the experience and know how to protect and assert the proper defense or remedy as each case may require.

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