Doing the Proper Leg Work
Even before damage takes place, the Hoch Law Firm recommends that insureds take a regular inventory and accounting of their property. By maintaining such information, your potential legal case will be bolstered. That’s because your Dallas storm damage insurance claim attorney can use the facts available to enhance your overall case.
For example, the Hoch Law Firm can offer comparisons of the before and after the condition of the property. Meanwhile, the insurance company will be hard-pressed to argue their case with such definitive evidence.
After the Storm
There’s often a tendency to be something of an absentee landlord with an investment property, as is the urge to give the property a quick once-over when looking for damage. Neither is a recommended strategy, since it may compromise your claim.
What should be done is to file your claim soon after giving your property a careful examination, since not doing so raises eyebrows with your insurance company. More importantly, Hoch Law Firm can quickly get going on strategizing for your case.
Having an awareness of what makes up your claim will aid your lawyer, but in order to prevent additional damage that may cause confusion with the claim, some preventative maintenance should be done, at least on a temporary basis.
Your Best Courtroom Option
So when conflict over damage results in possible financial losses, it’s time to get in touch with Dallas storm damage insurance claim attorney Tim Hoch.