Fire Damage

Fire Damage Insurance Claims

As a homeowner, little is scarier than the thought of a sudden house fire. Whether due to faulty wiring, a gas leak, candles, or cigarettes, house fires can be both horrifying and deadly, leading to extensive property damage or loss. Last year alone, there were 350,000 house fires in the US, causing more than $5 billion in damages. Kling Law has the expertise to help you navigate the insurance claim process, and the compassion to help you understand what your options are so you can make the best decisions possible.

After your home is damaged by a fire, your insurance company should begin their investigation in order to determine what level of compensation you are entitled to. They will request paperwork, recorded statements, photos of your property before the fire, and more. It can be stressful, time consuming, and difficult to work with your insurance company during this time when so much is unanswered or lost. The difference between getting the compensation you deserve, and having your claim be denied could ultimately be having a knowledgeable law firm handle your claim.

It is a common and unfortunate fact that insurance companies strive to pay out as little as possible to their insured customers, and unfortunately, fire damage repair can be quite expensive. As an insured claimant, you’ll need to know contractor estimates, damaged property value, lost business income, living expenses and so much more. Don’t let an unsatisfactory or unfair insurance policy prevent you from getting the help you need to get your life back on track. Kling Law knows exactly how to efficiently prepare a claim so you get the most value from your insurance company.

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