Facing huge insurance companies bolstered by deep pockets and limitless resources, Bush describes his encounters as David and Goliath situations. Despite the disparity, he, and his powerhouse team of attorneys, consistently prevail delivering the monetary compensation due their clients. Not surprisingly, the mid-size firm has grown dramatically over the past few years.
“The growth has come because we fight for what is right,” he says, “and we put the client before everything else. We care about indemnifying the client. I was once told, ‘If you focus on doing right by the client, everything else will fall into place,’ and I’ve tried to lead by that philosophy. I believe that’s why our growth has exploded the way it has.”
Leading by example, Bush also prompts his team daily by encouraging them to, “Be great, not just good.”
More than mere words, The Bush Law Group is comprised of like-minded attorneys and legal professionals who sincerely believe in fighting for their clients and appreciate the often-unbearable situations these people are in waiting and hoping to be treated fairly by their insurance providers.
Describing themselves as a first-party property law firm dedicated to serving policyholders in their time of need, they strive to be the voice of certainty in uncertain times. They do this by providing excellent legal representation, compassion and understanding.
Specializing and focusing on this specific area of the law, when dealing with big insurance companies, Bush and his team know that it’s crucial that the policyholder has a knowledgeable, committed attorney by their side and defending their rights. The firm is comprised of attorneys equipped and licensed to represent homeowners, property managers, and business owners in Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Louisiana, Kentucky and West Virginia.
“Wherever the location might be, our attorneys are prepared to defend our clients against the insurance companies and strive to ensure that each client receives an honest, fair settlement,” says Bush.