Roofing Contractors or General Contractors are often times hired by homeowners or business property owners following a property loss. While some states—including Texas—prohibit a contractor from negotiating a claim with an insurance company on behalf of the policyholder, it is still common for homeowners or commercial property owners to hire a qualified roofing contractor or general contractor to prepare an estimate of the visible or anticipated damages for a reported loss. In fact, insurance companies will very often request that the property owner provide their own repair estimate in the event any questions or disputes arise during the claims process. Accordingly, the use of a qualified and experienced contractor by a homeowner or business property owner following a covered property loss can be of great value in ensuring that the insurance company pays the full amount owed under the insurance policy.
The attorneys at Grisham Kendall have represented residential and commercial property owners with their property insurance disputes since 1999. With offices in Dallas (principal office) and Houston, we represent homeowners and business owners throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado and Florida, among other areas in the United States.
Our firm utilizes qualified contractor as property damage experts to provide our clients with the necessary repair estimates in litigation. Grisham Kendall also accepts and appreciates referrals from roofing contractors and general contractor in the event the contractor and insured believe that the insurance claim has been delayed, underpaid, or denied. Whether your client has a relatively straight forward, smaller residential claim or a complex multi-million dollar commercial property loss, the attorneys at Grisham Kendall have experience in most every type of first-party property insurance claim. Please review the below link for types of representative losses in which our law firm has extensive litigation experience on behalf of our clients.
If a homeowner or business property owner is unable to reach a settlement or resolution with the insurance company on their property claim, we hope you or the property owner will consider Grisham Kendall to represent your client in litigation. In addition, should you have any questions or wish to discuss any of your pending claims, then contact us to discuss at no charge. We are aware that these days there are quite a lot of attorneys who advertise as “first-party insurance attorneys”. However, most of these attorneys are either newer attorneys with less experience or established attorneys with experience primarily in other areas of the law.
As in many areas, there is no substitute for direct, extensive experience when it comes to assisting a property owner with their insurance claim dispute against the insurance company. If the insurance company refuses to pay what is owed under the policy, the insured will want (and need) an experienced law firm that has worked all manner of first-party cases for more than just a couple of years, a firm that has established networks of qualified experts, lawyers who are generally familiar with most of the insurance companies and the defense firms that typically represent insurers in these types of losses, as well as the experience throughout the litigation process involving first-party insurance cases.
At Grisham Kendall, the insured will be represented by one of the name partners at all times. Our attorneys have represented homeowners and commercial property owners with their property insurance disputes throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado and Florida. Trust your client’s case to First Party Insurance Attorneys with extensive experience representing insureds only for more than 20 years.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your client’s case with us either over the phone or in person, please call (214) 308-2027 to schedule a meeting.
In many insurance claims involving roof damage due to hail or high winds, it is necessary and beneficial for the individual who suffered property damage to employ the services of a roofing contractor to repair the damage. It is obviously important for the insurer to hire a reputable and qualified roofer to insure that their claim for damages is accurately and fully presented to the insurance company. Unfortunately, a thorough and accurate estimate from a qualified roofing contractor does not always result in the insured’s claim being handled fairly by the insurance company’s adjuster.
If you are a roofing contractor whose client’s insurance claim has been denied or underpaid, we may be able to help. Contact the Dallas insurance attorneys of Grisham Kendall today at (214) 308-2027 to speak with a qualified member of our legal team about the details of your situation and learn more about how we may be able to assist you and your client.
There are a number of different instances in which we may be able to help contractors whose clients have been denied their insurance claims, including:
If your client’s insurance roof claim has been unjustly denied or underpaid, we can help.
If you are a roofing contractor whose client is fighting to have their insurance claim paid, the assistance of experienced legal counsel can dramatically increase the likelihood of the claim’s success. Contact the Dallas insurance lawyers of Grisham Kendall, at (214) 308-2027 today to discuss your client’s case with a qualified legal professional.