WHWG has a wealth of experience representing clients
in a broad array of practice areas

Below is a list of our practice areas, should you need legal representation in any one of these areas don’t hesitate to contact us, we are more than happy to assist you.

Criminal Defense

Federal Crimes


Drugs Related Offenses

Theft Crimes


Sex Crimes

Domestic Violence

Juvenile Defense

Crime of Violence

Personal Injury

Automobile Accidents

Dog Bites

Elder Abuse/Neglect

Medical Malpractice

Negligent Security

Slip & Falls

Victim Compensation

Wrongful Death

Real Estate Litigation


Acreage purchase and sale

Brokerage commission disputes

Buying and selling real property

Construction-contract issues and litigation

Contract negotiations

Corporate formations for investment purposes

Debt restructuring

Deposit recoupment


Landlord-tenant disputes

Lease negotiations and contracts

Loan workouts

Project finance, including mortgages, sale-leasebacks, like-kind exchange and non-traditional financing sources

Property-management issues

Title-insurance matters

Vacant land issues

Variance requests

Zoning issues

Family Law

Divorce & Marital Dissolution


Child Custody/Support

Property Division

Parental Relocation

Spousal Support

Child Visitation


Child Support Payment

Temporary Injunctions

Business Litigation & Transaction

Business transactions

Contract negotiations

Employment issues

Start-up counseling


Foreclosure Defense

Property foreclosure

Credit score damage

Deficiency judgements


Bank negotiations

Property Damage Litigation

What is a First-Party Claim?

First-party insurance claims are those that occur directly between a policy holder and their insurance company. For example, an individual with homeowner’s insurance that covers fires would themselves file a claim with their provider to cover damage and repairs. If the claim is honored, the insurance company will then compensate the homeowner according to the specific terms that were laid out in the policy. Examples of Insurance Companies Acting in Bad Faith

Knowing the exact terms and what is covered under your insurance policy is extremely important. Simply trusting that the insurance company is right when they choose to deny your claim may be a huge mistake. In order to save money, they often deny your claim for a variety of reasons that may not be valid. If they do this, they may be acting in bad faith and breaching the contract that they made. You may have cause to take legal action and fight for the compensation that you are rightfully owed.

Some examples of the insurance company acting in bad faith include:

Denying your claim without a legitimate reason
Delaying compensation for an unreasonable amount of time
Failing to promptly reply to a claim
Harassing or intimidating the policy holder
Failing to provide a reasonable explanation for the denial
Failing to properly investigate the claim

Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation With Our Knowledgeable Team!

If your claim has been denied, reach out to our Florida insurance lawyers WHWG Legal. We will not let you be intimidated or unfairly treated by the insurance company and, if your claim is perfectly legitimate, we are dedicated to tirelessly fighting to make sure that it is honored through the appeals process.

Excellent! I recently used this firm and was very happy with the results and their professionalism. They set realistic goals they wanted to achieve in my case and exceeded them. I would highly recommend them to anyone and would use them again in a minute. Russell helped me through a rough time and handled my criminal defense with upmost professionalism.