Phoenix Property Damage Lawyer

While not as serious as a badly injured person, personal property damage can still be devastating. You have worked hard for your belongings, and when somebody else damages them, you deserve to hold the person liable and get compensation for your loss.

As with any personal injury claim, the challenge with property damage claims is that the insurance companies are your adversary, not the person or people who damaged your property. Our attorneys will face the insurance companies with confidence and competence, so you don’t have to wonder if you’re going to get what you deserve. Many accidents happen in which another person causes damage to your personal or professional property.

Personal Injury & Property Damage Case Results

You have the right to hold the person accountable for his actions. After experiencing property damage, you can contact the person’s insurance company, who will pay compensation for your suffered financial losses. Unfortunately, in many cases insurance companies offer very low compensation as possible or even neglect the case, saying it doesn’t meet up to their policies. With our firm, expert Phoenix lawyers on your side, we can get you the amount of compensation you deserve.

When insurance companies refuse to act reasonably, our experienced Phoenix property damage attorneys don’t take no for an answer. If they refuse to give the compensation, our lawyers are highly trained to get your case to the court for the solution. Call our Phoenix personal injury lawyers right now at (623) 263-2626 to schedule a free consultation and visit us at 20 E Thomas Rd, Suite 220, Phoenix, AZ 85012.

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Reviews for Our Phoenix Property Damage Lawyers

"One word comes to mind about our attorney Justin Alperstein, AWESOME!   From our first contact, he made us feel very comfortable. He is a great listener which is a

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Lester Solomon

"Handell handled my case back in September 2020. Got my money in March. Payout was More than expected. Handell is professional and communicates well. If he says he's going to

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Kevin Chestnut

"I am so grateful I found this company. Honesty and integrity all the way. Annie was so great to deal with, her positive attitude and strong work ethic really made

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Tim M

We expect insurance companies to be our friends and support us in our hard times; unfortunately, these expectations are not always met, leaving you to deal with their financial problems on their own We’ve seen insurance companies act in bad faith in the following ways during our years of experience:

  • Your insurance company may claim that your policy did not cover the damage caused by the accident. This is a regular result that they’ve used in a number of closed cases. They may also argue that the loss occurred outside of the coverage period or that you, as the property owner, failed to meet some necessary conditions.
  • Delaying negotiations and investigations is a common practice used by insurance adjusters in the hopes that you would give up and stop pursuing your claim for payment. They may ignore your messages or plan to make an unfairly low offer in the future.
  • Insurance agents may also make offers that are insufficient to compensate for the loss. The business may make you a cheap offer in the hopes that you would accept and go on. They might pick and choose which damages to cover or estimate excessively low damage amounts.

If the insurance companies refuse to pay you, you can file a lawsuit against them. Our experienced attorneys handle property damage lawsuits in a variety of ways. Call them right now at (623) 263-2626 to schedule a free consultation.

Steinger, Greene & Feiner’s Team of Property Damage Lawyers

Our experienced Phoenix lawyers understand how to deal with insurance companies that behave in bad faith. We represent people who are involved in a first-party claim with their own insurance provider. We find it disturbing when these companies fail to fulfill their contractual commitments, especially when you are going through such a difficult time.

Our lawyers are dedicated and committed to protecting your rights and ensuring that the insurance company treats you fairly. Our desire and shown ability to win at trial have helped us receive the benefits our clients deserve while avoiding the time, expense, and risks of a trial numerous times. While we strive for a high-value settlement, we are not hesitant to go to court if required to achieve our goals. Our experienced lawyers know how to build a strong case to present in court.

Because we recognize that the trial process can be scary for many of our customers, we provide guidance and transparency at every stage. Above all, we want you to have faith in the legal assistance you’re getting. That’s why we take pride in always being open and honest with potential and current clients regarding the strength of their cases and the likelihood of a positive conclusion. Contact Phoenix attorneys if you have any additional inquiries.

Our experienced Phoenix lawyers handle property damage lawsuits on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not owe us a single penny unless we successfully obtain a favorable decision or settlement on your side. For a free consultation, call (623) 263-2626 today.

Common Questions about Property Damage Lawsuits

How do I file a lawsuit for property damage?

First and foremost, you must contact your insurance company immediately. Your insurer can arrange for a property damage inspection and appoint an adjuster to your case.

Should I accept the settlement offer from my insurance company?

Once the damage has been accurately assessed, your insurer is obligated to compensate you according to the provisions of your coverage agreement. Your insurer will be dealing with a high volume of claims, especially if you have sustained a loss as a result of a natural disaster, and may try to provide you less than you deserve to help their bottom line. Before accepting an initial offer, you should consult with an attorney.

What if my insurance company doesn’t respond?

Insurers are required to react to claims requests within a reasonable amount of time, and they should do so if you have been paying your premiums on time. If they don’t respond, you may be able to pursue legal action against them with the assistance of an attorney.

What if I disagree with my insurance provider?

If you disagree with your insurer’s settlement first offer, you may have to go to court. You can ask for a reconsideration and review of your case, and if the insurance refuses to amend their offer, you may have to go to court. You can file a property damage insurance claim with the help of an attorney.

Do I require the services of a property damage attorney?

An attorney can fight on your behalf to ensure that your insurance company determines the degree of property damage correctly. They may make sure that your claim adjuster accurately assesses the damage to your property and accurately reports it to your insurance company.

If the insurer acts in a bad faith and refuses your claim or offers you less than you deserve, an attorney can fight for your rights as a policyholder in court.

What is the definition of a bad faith insurance claim?

An insurance company can be held responsible for monetary damages if it fails to act in good faith by refusing, undervaluing, or delaying a claim. Insurance companies are required to provide fair and reasonable compensation to their policyholders. If you believe your insurance provider is acting in bad faith, you may be entitled to compensation.

Questions to Ask Your Property Damage Lawyer

How much would it cost me to fight my denied insurance claim for property damage?

Many clients who have had their property claims refused will not have to pay any out-of-pocket expenses. We frequently represent clients on a contingency fee basis, which means you won’t have to pay attorney fees until we win your case.

Is it possible to acquire coverage for a refused property damage claim without having to go to court?

If an insurance company denies your claim, you’ll almost certainly need to engage a lawyer to file a lawsuit to get proper compensation.

My home has been damaged by water or mold, and I need to find a new place to live. Is the insurance company going to cover it?

If your home has been flooded or has mold growing in it, you should call an attorney right away. While your home is being repaired, you may need to find alternate accommodation. Despite the fact that your policy covers hotels or other temporary housing options, insurance companies frequently refuse to pay for such additional living expenditures.

Staying in a mold- or water-damaged home can be dangerous to your health. Our legal lawyer team will work with you to establish alternative living arrangements. We’ll also evaluate the air quality in your home. If you pay for alternative living arrangements out of pocket, keep your receipts for reimbursement purposes.

How should I talk to an insurance adjuster?

While insurance adjusters claim to be unbiased representatives of the insurance company, they are frequently seeking for spurious reasons to deny or reduce your legal right. Only interact with insurance companies in writing so that you can keep a permanent record of everything.

It would be preferable if you worked with the insurance adjuster. Do not exaggerate or overstate any property damage or repair costs. If you “stretch the truth” to an insurance company, your claim will be irreparably damaged, and you will be unable to collect adequate compensation for your property loss.

What should I bring to a free consultation at your law firm?

You can bring all paperwork, bills, images, and videos relating to your damaged property claim to your free appointment with our attorney. You should also obtain a detailed copy of your insurance policy so that we can evaluate it and begin building your case.

When will my property damage insurance lawsuit case end?

We can’t say when your case will be resolved because of the nature of refused insurance property claims. However, we will fight insurance companies tooth and nail to get you fair and complete recompense for any property damage claim.

Stages of a Property Damage Lawsuit

Following the filing of your claims case, you will be given a hearing date, which will be set within 30-70 days later. The individual who caused the property damage (or their insurance company) may contact you during this time to try to settle the lawsuit.

  • Consult an attorney right away if you’re not sure what laws apply to your case. They may assist you in more effectively constructing your case in an effort to fight the individual. You should categorize your evidence by title, date, and why that piece of evidence is important.
  • All of your evidence should be aimed at persuading the court that you deserve to win. All of your evidence should be aimed at convincing the court that you deserve to win. Remember that showing up to court without any documents or receipts is not a good idea. The judge wants to make a decision based on the facts you present in court, which shows how much money you owe and why you owe it.
  • Our experienced Phoenix, AZ lawyers will gather all the evidence on behalf of you. During the hearing, the judge would ask if another person’s actions caused the damage? If yes then, how much compensation you deserved to get. In most cases, you and the other party’s insurance company may go into the process of mediation.

Mediation is a meeting between you, the individual you sued, and the mediator, who is a neutral third party. A mediator will not decide who should win, but will instead assist you in reaching a mutually acceptable arrangement. Mediation is usually quite successful for persons who have had a long-term relationship and are planning to keep it for the foreseeable future. You will be able to close your claim if you reach an agreement during mediation.