Is Your Insurance Company Refusing To Honor Your Fire Damage Policy?
Fire damage can happen to a business any day at any time. When it does, business owners rely on their insurance coverage to assist with getting their premises back to operations as quickly as possible. However, insurance company adjusters frequently minimize soot and smoke damages and other destruction to:
- Office furniture
- Security equipment
- Fax machines
- Art collections
- Ventilation systems
- Computer systems
An insurance company may also minimize or refuse to cover damage clean up or commercial fire recovery services for restoration of damaged items.
Insurance Coverage Disputes Can Slow The Process Of Getting Back To Business
When your insurance company refuses to provide the coverage for which you have paid, your business could suffer irreparable long-term damage. It is critical to speak with an attorney who knows how to navigate through complex insurance law disputes so you can get back to business as soon as possible.
Contact A Law Firm Using State-Of-The-Art Technology For Efficient Representation
Attorney George Murr has more than 20 years of experience serving clients from a wide swath of industries in Texas. His innovative strategies and assertive negotiation have resulted in favorable outcomes following insurance disputes. Call Murr Law, PLLC, in Houston to discuss your legal options before accepting an undervalued insurance settlement for fire damage to your business. You may also send the firm an email to initiate a consultation.