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Was your property damaged by the recent winter storm? If so, it is advisable to review your policy and claim with an experienced attorney. Your insurance policy contains specific requirements and duties you must follow after sustaining a loss. Failure to comply with these requirements and duties may jeopardize prompt and full payment of your claim.
If you are a business or commercial property owner (or a church or religious entity with insured property), your losses have the potential to be much larger than a typical residential property loss.
Commercial property damage losses also may have other matters not generally related to home-owner claims (e.g., business income loss, tenant obligations, etc.). While residential claims have their own very significant risks and concerns following a large property loss, commercial property claims may also have an effect on the continuing operations of the insured’s business. At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC we have more than 20 years of experience in assisting commercial property and business owners with their property loss damage claims. The attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC only represent policyholders – we don’t work for any insurance company. If you have any questions, please call our attorneys at (214) 308-2027 to discuss your claim.
Every year, Americans spend tremendous sums of money on commercial property insurance to protect their businesses financially in the event of disasters and accidents. And with over 600,000 new businesses opening every year across the country, one of the first purchases the majority of these owners make is property insurance. Unfortunately, due to the inherent conflict of interest that they have, insurance companies sometimes act in bad faith and fail to pay benefits pursuant to the terms of the policy that they have issued. Insurance companies that act in bad faith need to be held accountable. At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, our team of Dallas & Houston business and commercial damage lawyers is dedicated to making sure commercial property owners get the financial compensation they need to pay for repair bills and other related expenses. To speak with a qualified attorney, contact us today at (214) 308-2027.
Accidents and disasters happen and that is why you purchase property insurance policies for your business or commercial property. You pay the agreed premiums in anticipation that your insurance company will uphold their part of the deal in case your property suffers any damage. Unfortunately, this trust sometimes proves to be misplaced. Our legal team will help you if your business has been damaged by any of the following:
If your business or commercial property was damaged by the eleven tornadoes that ripped through North Texas on October 20, 2019 please contact Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 308-2027 to learn how we can help represent you to fight denied or underpaid claims.
Disasters and emergencies can strike any kind of commercial property at any time and when they do, it is important to know that you have insurance coverage to protect you from any kind of physical damage. Along with residential property or businesses, churches also need insurance coverage to provide relief in case of a disaster. If your church has suffered from a disaster and your insurance company is refusing to pay or severely undercutting the amount of money you are due according to the terms of the church’s policy, you may be able to pursue the matter in litigation. At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, we are here to make sure you get the financial relief you need in case of an emergency or natural disaster. Let us help you fight your insurance company if it is acting in bad faith. Contact our Dallas & Houston commercial church property damage lawyers about your legal options at (214) 308-2027.
No matter the nature of a property, every building is at risk in the event of a disaster. For members of a church congregation, it is important to know that their place of worship will be able to recover if a fire, tornado, severe storm, or other catastrophic event damages the facility. An adequate insurance policy should help to provide for the financial needs which are likely to arise after such an incident. Unfortunately, insurance companies too frequently attempt to avoid issuing payments in accordance with the terms of their contract. An insurance company acting in bad faith can put a church in an unnecessarily difficult situation when it needs help the most. If your church has suffered damage and your insurance company is failing to provide the appropriate assistance, a skilled and experienced attorney can help you to enforce your policy. The Dallas & Houston church damage attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, are committed to helping clients challenge their insurance companies when they do not abide by their contract. To speak with an attorney today, contact us at (214) 308-2027.
This can be a very frustrating and trying time in the life of your church. Economic times are challenging enough without the addition of further troubles. Your institution should not have to suffer financially because of an insurance company’s reluctance to pay your claim. We will help you get relief if your church has suffered any of the following:
We are prepared to help you with your church’s insurance claim, whatever your faith or denomination. Justice is blind and you are entitled to pursue the benefits you are rightfully owed under your church’s insurance policy, in addition to other damages as appropriate. Contact the Dallas church claims lawyers of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, by calling (214) 308-2027.
Call the Texas business property damage attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC at (214) 308-2027 to discuss your case. We don’t charge for an initial consultation and we represent most of our insurance clients on a contingency-fee basis. In other words, clients don’t owe us anything unless we recover money from the insurance company through a settlement or litigation.