You work hard to afford the nice things in life. You make an effort to take care of your possessions, many of which hold sentimental value to you. You also may rely on certain properties you own in order to make ends meet. Even though material items are not the most important thing in life, it is normal to feel violated, hurt, and possibly panicked over how you will be able to continue living your life in situations where someone has damaged your property.
In most cases, you will be able to enjoy years with your most cherished possessions. They may even help you grow equity and improve your future. Unfortunately, there are situations where other peoples’ neglect or wanton disregard for your property can cut those years short. It can be devastating to shoulder the financial and emotional losses that come with property that has been destroyed through no fault of your own.
We understand what kind of a loss destroyed property can cause, and that’s why our attorneys are here to help you.
In most cases, the first step taken after loss of property is to contact the insurance company to file a claim. This is a wise choice. What happens when the person liable for the destruction refuses to admit wrongdoing? What happens if they lie, or if your claim is denied despite there being evidence to its legitimacy?
Our team of lawyers has experience handling bad faith claims and insurance-related problems in property damage cases. Give us a call to discuss options to recovery from property damage.
Human Error Claims
In many situations, an error made by someone else is to blame for major property damage. For example, a plumber who ignored a leaking faucet while fixing your boiler may be liable for the damage the leak caused to your home. Another example could involve having an employee who improperly installed or repaired equipment that later resulted in a total breakdown.
Our firm has experience handling claims and cases of damage caused by human error. Whether you are a homeowner or business owner, we may be able to help minimize incurred losses due to human error.
Negligence-Related Property Damage Lawsuits
Negligence often plays a large role in property damage lawsuits. Persons, who act in a negligent manner for a variety of reasons, such as in car accidents and contractual labor, should be held legally responsible for damages they incur. For example, a driver who neglected to fix faulty brakes or ignored local driving laws may be liable for property damage if they lose control of their car, strike another car, or even crash into your home as a result.
Property Damage Defense
Mistakes happen. You work hard for the money you have, and you make a point of being careful with your work. Even so, a stroke of bad luck can take it all away, and you find yourself in a position where you are being asked to compensate someone for the damage you caused. If you don’t defend yourself properly, one claim or lawsuit can turn your life upside-down.
Have you been wrongly accused of causing damage to another person’s property? Do you have proof that you did everything possible to avoid causing damage to others’ property? If so, give us a call to discuss your options.
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Dealing with property damage claims is not something you should do alone. When it comes to matters of property damage, negligence, or bad faith insurance claims, it’s critical to have experienced lawyers who will fight on your behalf.
Because Wieburg Law Offices, PLLC works with both plaintiffs and defendants, we offer a unique perspective to legal representation. Give us a call today.
Our attorneys will personally meet with you to discuss what we can do to help you fight back against the insurance companies. To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation