Pearland Commercial & Residential Property Damage Lawyers

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Representing Residential & Commercial Property Owners

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Contact a Pearland Property Damage Attorney

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

Free Policy and Claim Review

The Pearland 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 such as damages from frozen/burst pipes and sprinkler systems. If you would like our Pearland property damage 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 Pearland Property Damage Claims


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.

Pearland Property Damage Lawyer FAQs

Immediately after discovering property damage, document the damage thoroughly with photos or videos. Report the damage to your insurance company as soon as possible to initiate the claims process. It’s also advisable to protect your property from further damage, but do not make permanent repairs until the insurance adjuster has inspected the damage.

To file a property damage claim, contact your insurance company promptly and provide them with all the necessary information about the damage. This includes the date of occurrence, type of damage, and any documentation you have. Your insurance company will then guide you through their claims process, which may include filling out claim forms and arranging for an insurance adjuster to inspect the damage.

Claims can be denied for various reasons, including lack of coverage under the policy terms, failure to pay insurance premiums, late claim submissions, or insufficient evidence of damage. Sometimes, the insurance company may argue that the damage was due to lack of maintenance or wear and tear, which are typically not covered.

It’s crucial to have a professional assessment of the damage. Consider hiring an independent contractor or property damage inspector to provide a detailed report. This can ensure that all damage is accounted for and can help support your claim with your insurance company.

If your claim is denied, you have the right to appeal the decision with your insurance company. You may also have the option to file a complaint with the Texas Department of Insurance. Consulting with a property damage lawyer can help you understand your rights and potentially take legal action to pursue compensation.

Look for a lawyer with experience in handling property damage claims and a track record of success. Check reviews, ask for references, and schedule a consultation to discuss your case and assess whether the lawyer is a good fit for your needs.

Expect to provide detailed information and documentation about the damage, meet with an insurance adjuster, and possibly negotiate the settlement offer. The process can vary in length, but being organized and proactive can help expedite your claim.

The time frame to file a claim can vary by insurance policy, but it’s generally recommended to file as soon as possible after the damage occurs. Texas law may also have statutes of limitations for filing lawsuits related to property damage claims, so it’s important to act promptly.

Compensation typically covers the cost of repairs or replacement of damaged property, temporary housing if your home is uninhabitable, and sometimes, loss of personal property. The specific compensation will depend on your insurance policy’s terms and the extent of the damage.

Challenges may include understanding legal jargon, the time it takes to resolve a claim, and managing expectations regarding outcomes. To prepare, keep thorough documentation, communicate openly with your lawyer, and remain patient throughout the process.

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