Are You A Victim Of Property Damage Or Property Loss?
Damage to your property is likely covered by your insurance policy. Any property damage or loss should be paid by the insurance companies. However, insurance companies may deny payment to your claim on several grounds in order to save money and benefit themselves.
Our team of attorneys and professionals has over 20 years of experience. We have collectively recovered millions of dollars in insurance settlement claims for homeowners who have sustained damages to their residential or commercial properties.
Property damage or property loss may be caused by the following external factors:
- Fire Damage *** Special Article about Santa Clarita Sand Fire ***
- Water Damage
- Wind Damage
- Earthquake Damage
- Malicious Mischief
Following are some excuses insurance companies may use to deny a claim
- Damage is due to wear and tear
- There was pre-existing damage
- Manufacturing defect
- There was no opening on the roof for water to enter the structure
- There is a natural break in the floors
- The loss was not an immediate loss but continues.
I had spoken to several other attorneys before I had a chance to speak with Arsine and her staff. After a minute or two I quickly realized that Arsine and her staff had more experience in Property Loss claims than any other attorney I had spoken to. Her experience and professionalism as well as her attitude and overall approach to my case made her the oblivious choice for my representation. For about a year and a half she worked methodically on my case and was able to get great results. I would highly recommend Arsine and her firm to anyone who is looking for legal representation.
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