Louisiana Property Insurance Attorneys Serving the Entire State of Louisiana
Protecting the Rights of Property Insurance Policyholders in Louisiana
When your home or business gets damaged, the repairs can be costly, and you expect your property insurer to help. However, the claim process can be more challenging than most people imagine, and any mistakes can leave you responsible for repair expenses. Whether you have a relatively small or large property damage claim, you should first discuss the matter with our experienced Louisiana property insurance lawyers.
Property damage claims can arise from many different circumstances, including:
- Water damage
- Sewer damage
- Construction defects
- Rain and hail storms
You should always have an experienced attorney review your policy to be sure you have the coverage you need should one of the above events occur and cause serious property damage.
Representing Your Rights
As a policyholder who pays premiums, you have certain rights under Louisiana insurance laws. Unfortunately, many insurance companies take advantage of policyholders who are unaware of their rights. Companies will not hesitate to minimize your property damage, make highly inadequate settlement offers, cause unnecessary delays, or wrongfully deny your claim altogether. In the meantime, you are dealing with a damaged home or the bills for repairs.
Our property insurance attorneys regularly help with the following and more:
- Determining the costs of repair or losses
- Preparing your claim
- Communicating with your insurance adjuster
- Reviewing all settlement offers
- Negotiating the offer you deserve
- Filing bad faith claims
Consult With Our Louisiana Property Insurance Lawyers for Free Today
Having a knowledgeable property insurance lawyer on your side can often prevent delays and complications during the claim process. The legal team at SVHC Law handles a wide variety of property damage claims, so please do not wait to call 800.691.5310 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation today.
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