Dallas Condo Claims Lawyers

Whether you are insuring your own residential property, a business, or another real estate property you own, you need quality insurance to make sure you are financially protected in the event of a natural disaster or other source of damage. Disaster can strike at any time and when it does, you need to make sure you are covered financially. Unfortunately, some insurance companies will fail to provide compensation for valid insurance claims, leaving property owners in distressing financial situations.

If you own a condominium and have property insurance, you deserve to receive financial compensation in the event of a disaster that is covered under your policy. If your insurance company is dragging its feet, undercutting you, or refusing to pay on your claim, contact the Dallas condo claims lawyers of Smith Kendall, PLLC, today at (214) 361-6124 and schedule an initial consultation with a qualified legal representative.

Possible Disasters

Whether you own an individual condo unit or the entire complex, you need property insurance in the event that the worst should occur. Condo insurance policies typically cover you against the following:

  • Any water damage from broken pipes
  • Theft
  • Fire or storm damage

Some insurance policies also provide coverage for collectively owned areas of the condo like the hallways, building exterior, and amenities like the pool, spa, or workout facility. Sadly, having a policy does you little good if your insurance company fails to provide you with compensation for legitimate claims.

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Fortunately, you can fight back if your insurance company is acting in bad faith. If you have been making your monthly premium payments and you have not received the financial assistance you deserve for a claim, contact the Dallas condo claims lawyers of Smith Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 361-6124 today.

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Office Location

Smith Kendall, PLLC

5910 North Central Expressway #925
Dallas, TX 75206
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Phone: (214) 361-6124
Fax: (214) 361-6126

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