Big Spring Commercial & Residential Property Damage Lawyer

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Representing Residential & Commercial Property Owners

Texas Litigation Firm Representing Clients Across the U.S.

Contact a Big Spring Insurance Lawyer

If your property has been damaged, please contact the Big Spring property damage attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 308-2027 to discuss your case.

Free Policy and Claim Review

The Big Spring property damage attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC have represented homeowners and commercial property owners for more than 20 years. We offer a free review of your policy and claim and are happy to discuss the issues that may apply to your individual claim relating to damages from frozen/burst pipes and sprinkler systems from this year’s Winter Storm. If you would like our Big Spring insurance attorneys to review your insurance policy at no cost and with no obligation, please call Grisham & Kendall, PLLC at (214) 308-2027 to schedule a call or contact us using the form.

Recent Reviews

My wife and I thought we were heading into a complicated legal odyssey with a destroyed commercial property until we hired Bill Kendall. His sustained focus and hard work was so effective that we had a great settlement within hours of the first deposition.
F. Jones
Multi-Family Property Claim (Dallas, TX)
Our large hotel was severely damaged by hail. After significant delays by the insurance company, our claim was denied. We hired Bill Kendall and Grisham & Kendall soon after. Through Bill’s efforts during our lawsuit, we were able to reach a favorable settlement close to trial. We would certainly recommend Grisham & Kendall, PLLC to any property owner whose insurance company isn’t treating them fairly.
D. Patel
Hotel Hail Claim

How We Can Help With Big Spring Damage Claims

Big Spring Property Damage Lawyer FAQs

Insurance policies generally cover various types of property damage, including damage from natural disasters like storms or floods, fire, vandalism, and accidents. The specific coverage can vary based on the terms outlined in your policy.

To file a property damage claim, you typically need to contact your insurance company promptly. They will guide you through the process, which may involve providing detailed information about the incident, submitting photos, and completing claim forms.

When filing a property damage claim, you should be prepared to provide essential information such as the date and details of the incident, a list of damaged items, relevant photographs, and any official reports (police reports, fire department reports, etc.).

The deadline for filing a property damage claim, also known as the “claims window,” varies by policy. It’s crucial to check your insurance policy documents or consult with your insurance agent to understand the specific timeframe within which you must file a claim.

The processing time for property damage claims can vary. It depends on the complexity of the case, the extent of the damage, and how quickly you provide the necessary information. Insurance companies typically aim to process claims in a timely manner.

Filing a property damage claim may impact your insurance rates. It’s advisable to discuss potential rate changes with your insurance provider. In some cases, factors such as the cause of the damage and your claims history may influence rate adjustments.

Depending on your insurance policy, you may have the flexibility to choose your own contractor for repairs. Review your policy or consult with your insurance company to understand any guidelines or limitations related to selecting a contractor.

Insurance policies may have limitations or exclusions for specific types of property damage. It’s crucial to thoroughly review your policy documents to understand any restrictions on coverage and seek clarification from your insurance provider if needed.

If your property damage claim is denied, you may have options for disputing the decision. Consult with your insurance company to understand their appeals process. It’s essential to provide additional documentation or information that supports your claim during the dispute resolution process.

Property damage lawyers typically handle cases related to damage to real property, which can include issues such as damage from natural disasters, faulty construction, insurance disputes, or negligence. Asking about the lawyer’s specific expertise ensures they are well-suited to handle your particular case.

The timeline for resolving property damage cases varies based on factors such as the complexity of the case, negotiations with insurance companies, and potential court proceedings. Lawyers can provide an estimate based on their experience, helping clients manage expectations regarding the duration of the legal process.

Property damage lawyers often assist clients in navigating insurance claims and negotiations. Asking about their experience in dealing with insurance companies and their willingness to handle these aspects of the case can provide insight into the lawyer’s comprehensive approach to resolving property damage issues.


At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, our work guarantees itself. On your property damage claim, you will not owe us anything in fees or case expenses unless we recover additional insurance proceeds or compensation for you through settlement or trial.

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