Florida Statute 627.428

 627.428 Attorney’s fee.

(1) Upon  the rendition of a judgment or decree by any of the courts of this  state against an insurer and in favor of any named or omnibus insured or  the named beneficiary under a policy or contract executed by the  insurer, the trial court or, in the event of an appeal in which the  insured or beneficiary prevails, the appellate court shall adjudge or  decree against the insurer and in favor of the insured or beneficiary a  reasonable sum as fees or compensation for the insured’s or  beneficiary’s attorney prosecuting the suit in which the recovery is  had.

(2) As  to suits based on claims arising under life insurance policies or  annuity contracts, no such attorney’s fee shall be allowed if such suit  was commenced prior to expiration of 60 days after proof of the claim  was duly filed with the insurer.

(3) When so awarded, compensation or fees of the attorney shall be included in the judgment or decree rendered in the case.

In a snap shot

This statute allows attorney fees against your insurance company if you win in court.  You should contact Christopher Ligman, Esq., or another experienced attorney, about questions regarding this statute, or any other questions regarding fees and costs for your case.