If you are experiencing difficulties with your insurance company after suffering significant damage or total loss of your property as the result of a building fire, it is a good idea to discuss your situation with a board certified attorney who may be able to help you.
Many times, your own insurance company will turn against you in your darkest hour of need because their first instinct is always to protect their profits. This means that if an expensive property damage claim rears its head, they will do everything they can think of to deny the claim and avoid paying out.
When this happens to you, it is critical that you consult with a lawyer who can help you successfully recover the full and fair compensation you deserve by making a successful building fire property damage claim against your own insurance company.
Commercial Property Damaged or Destroyed by a Fire
When a commercial or investment property such as a rental property, apartment complex, motel, office building or strip mall suffers extensive damage as the result of a building fire, it can have dire economic consequences for the business owner, not the least of which is the substantial business interruption and lost profits.
The situation can be made even more complex to resolve when the business or property owner was killed in the course of the fire which also destroyed the building. In these cases, the estate of the deceased will often be who will have to pursue the property damage claim against the insurance company.
Whatever your situation, if your real estate property has been damaged in a fire and the insurance company is refusing to pay, it is advisable to consult with an experienced attorney to ensure your legal rights are upheld and that the insurance company does not cheat you out of money that you are owed.
Call the Anderson Law Firm today to discuss your situation with one of our board certified lawyers. We offer free, no obligation consultations and offer all our clients a no win, no fee guarantee.
Call toll free across Texas at 800-354-6275 or locally in the Metroplex at 817-294-1900 or 214-327-8000.
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