Grand Prairie Commercial & Residential Property Damage Lawyers

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Representing Residential & Commercial Property Owners

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Contact a Grand Prairie Insurance Attorney

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

Free Policy and Claim Review

The Grand Prairie 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. If you would like our Grand Prairie 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 Grand Prairie Property Damage Claims

Grand Prairie Property Damage Lawyer FAQs

After discovering property damage in your Grand Prairie home, it’s important to ensure safety first. Evacuate if necessary and then contact emergency services if needed. Document the damage through photos and videos, and notify your insurance company as soon as possible. Avoid making any repairs until after the damage has been assessed, unless it’s necessary to prevent further damage.

To determine if your property damage in Grand Prairie is covered, review your insurance policy carefully, focusing on the ‘declarations’ page which outlines your coverages. Look for terms like ‘all-risk’ or ‘named perils.’ It’s also advisable to contact your insurance agent to clarify specific coverage details and any exclusions that might apply.

In Grand Prairie, to file a property damage claim, first notify your insurance company immediately. Provide them with all necessary documentation of the damage. The insurer will then assign an adjuster to assess the damage. Keep records of all communications and be sure to meet any deadlines specified in your policy for filing a claim.

To document property damage in Grand Prairie, take clear and comprehensive photographs or videos of all affected areas. Make a detailed inventory of damaged personal items with descriptions and their approximate value. Also, keep records of any temporary repairs you make and receipts for expenses incurred due to the damage.

In Grand Prairie, common causes of residential property damage covered by insurance typically include natural disasters like hailstorms and tornadoes, fire, water damage from plumbing issues, theft, and vandalism. However, coverage can vary greatly, so it’s important to check your specific policy.

The time to process a property damage claim in Grand Prairie can vary depending on the extent of damage and the insurance company’s procedures. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months. Staying proactive in communication with your insurer can help expedite the process.

In Grand Prairie, you generally have the right to choose your own contractors for repairs. However, if you opt for contractors not recommended by your insurance company, it’s crucial to ensure they are licensed and reputable. Your insurer’s recommended contractors are typically vetted for quality and reliability.

If your claim in Grand Prairie is denied or underpaid, first request a written explanation from the insurance company. Review your policy to understand their decision. If you disagree, you can file an appeal with the insurer. Consulting with a property damage attorney may also be beneficial in understanding and pursuing your options.

In Grand Prairie, regular maintenance of your property can help prevent damage. This includes inspecting and repairing roofs, plumbing, and electrical systems. Installing storm shutters and reinforcing doors can mitigate damage from severe weather. Additionally, consider investing in a good home security system.

As a homeowner in Grand Prairie, you have the right to file a claim with your insurer for covered damages, receive a fair assessment, and dispute any decisions. Your responsibilities include reporting damage promptly, documenting everything, mitigating further damage, and complying with policy terms during the claim process.


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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