Landslide damage can create havoc on your life and home. On top of recovering and repairing your house, you will still have to contend against insurance companies that might try to place the blame on your shoulders. If your insurance company refuses to handle your claim in a timely manner or deny your claim completely, you’ll need experienced attorneys to defend your rights. The last thing you need is to have your claim denied, while facing the damages done to your home and property. It’s best to seek legal advice as soon as possible after a landslide in order to avoid further problems from developing. An attorney can help you avoid deadlines and move quickly to get you the compensation you need.
We’re here to help you
The team at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP can handle all the legalities for you. We will deal with the insurance companies so you can focus on recovering and spending time with your loved ones. We will protect your rights and get you the help you need.
Consultations are completely free and require no commitments or obligations. If you speak to an attorney today, you can be assured that we will:
- Explain the legal process to you
- Protect your best interests
- Get you the help you’ll need
- Help you make an informed decision
- Answer all your questions
- Charge you no fees or hidden costs
Typical Damages Caused by Landslides
When your house is damaged due to a landslide, it is usually caused by unpredictable disasters. Nature tends to take us by surprise. That’s why it’s important to be covered by homeowners’ insurance. Obviously, however, if your insurance company refuses to pay for the damage inflicted on your home, you’ll need experienced attorneys to defend your case.
Landslide damages are usually caused by:
- Earth movement
Other consequences of landslide damage can include:
- Mud and dirt intrusion
- Landscaping damage
- Patio or driveway damage
- Wall and structural failures
- Water damage
- Fire damage
- Foundation cracks
Get the Compensation You Deserve
Complicating factors are involved in a property damage claim. Your insurance company may try to lower the payment you’ll receive in the case of an incident—or worse, deny your claim completely. There’s no reason you should allow them to treat you with less than what you deserve. Instead, talk to an attorney at our office during a free consultation to find out more about your legal options. Even if you decide not to move forward with your case, we can provide you with a better understanding of your situation and help you make an educated decision.
Call us today for a free consultation at toll-free (888) 20-CLAIM or fill out the free case evaluation form. Find out how we can help you.