When a claim is made against an insurance company, that company has a duty of good faith towards their insured to properly adjust and analyze every claim. If this is not done, the policy holder has the option of filing a Civil Remedy Notice (the “Notice”) with the Department of Financial Services with the State of Florida. This Notice gives the insurance company 60 days to “cure” the problem and properly pay the claim. This Notice provides the policy holder with leverage against their insurance company when a claim is not handled properly; however, it is also beneficial for the insurance company as that company now has a second chance to reconsider the claim and to properly pay. This Notice and the litigation that may follow demands a lawyer skilled in the procedures set out by Florida Statute and case law and Sundberg PA perfectly fits this requirement.