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If you are the owner or operator of a mall or shopping center that has suffered property damage and your insurance company is either trying to pay less than you are owed or nothing at all, the shopping mall lawyers at Grisham & Kendall are here to help!
We’ll review your policy and fight for fair compensation from your insurance company. Often just having a mall property damage lawyer involved with your case is enough to get your insurance company to take you more seriously and offer solutions.
The attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC have represented several mall, shopping center, and strip mall property owners whose claims have been wrongly denied or underpaid. If you find yourself in a dispute with your insurance company due to the delay or denial of your mall damage or negligence claims, then please contact us to discuss how we may be of assistance. The attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC can help you recover what you are owed under your insurance policy.
When a shopping center or strip mall suffers property damage, the insurance claim can sometimes be for large amounts. Your insurance company is out to make money, so they want to pay out as little as possible. On a large claim, paying out the least they can really helps their profits.
Because of this, it is not uncommon for insurance companies to try to shortchange shopping malls, strip malls, and shopping centers when it comes to their claims. This is especially true of smaller strip malls and shopping centers, who the insurance companies think are more likely to accept a low payout or none at all. They know these smaller establishments don’t have the time or resources to fight back.
If your insurance company disputes, denies, or delays your shopping or strip mall insurance claim, you need a shopping or strip mall lawyer on your side. At Grisham & Kendall, we have experience fighting insurance companies and will do everything in our power to get you the compensation you are owed.
When an insurance company disputes, denies, or delays a valid insurance claim, it is said to be acting in bad faith. This means that the insurance company is not following the reasonable expectations of its customers.
There are many different types of property damage that can occur to a mall or shopping center. Some of the most common types of damage include:
-Damage from shoppers
-Damage from tenants
If your mall, strip mall, or shopping center was damaged and your insurance company is being difficult, the property damage lawyers at Grisham & Kendall can help.
Contact us today for a free and confidential case consultation.