Owners of townhome properties rely on insurance policies to protect their investment in the event of an unexpected disaster or severe weather event. Unfortunately, after a disaster occurs, insurance companies frequently engage in bad faith practices to avoid paying out on valid homeowners’ insurance for townhomes claims.
Get What You are Entitled to Under Your Policy
If your townhome has been destroyed or is severely damaged after a disaster, you must get the compensation needed to repair or rebuild your property. But often, insurance companies will deny the full cost of building repair or replacement—putting you in a devastating situation and potentially displacing your family or business, or causing a loss of rental income. After a loss, common problems affecting townhome claims are:
- Damage to the shared wall between your townhome and adjacent townhomes
- Damage from water entering through the holes in the roof or sides of the property
- Mold damage
- Electrical damage
- Damage to roof systems that require extensive repair or even replacement
- Damage to air conditioning and heating systems
- Long-term damage to the slab or foundation
While it can be intimidating to pursue a claim for townhome property damage against a large insurance company on your own, an attorney can help guide you through the claims process. The insurance claims attorneys at Raizner Slania have extensive experience dealing with large insurance companies and the knowledge to deal with the complex issues involved in insurance law. Whether your townhome has suffered a partial or total loss, we will help you fight for the compensation you deserve and obtain the best possible outcome for your claim—not a minimal, low-ball, or “halfway” settlement.
Contact an Insurance Claims Attorney at Raizner Slania Today for Help With Your Townhome Damage Claim
Getting the compensation you are entitled to should not be an uphill battle. Contact an attorney with Raizner Slania today to protect your rights. Allow us to help you get on the road toward recovery.