Water leaks can happen in any part of the home. Pipes, freezers and refrigerators, sinks, toilets, and supply lines can develop leaks and, if they are not detected or fixed early on, can lead to significant problems. Water damage in the home is potentially very destructive and costly to repair. In some cases, it may even be necessary to call on your insurance provider to help pay for significant damage from water leaks. Unfortunately, an insurance company may underpay or deny legitimate insurance claims for water damage, leaving homeowners to pay for expenses which should have been covered.
If your home was damaged by a water leak and your insurance company has failed to uphold its contractual obligation to you, the Dallas insurance claim attorney of Smith Kendall, PLLC, can help you to seek the resources that you are due. To speak with an experienced attorney about your case today, contact us at 214-361-6124.
Water leaks are damaging to a number of areas in the home, and sometimes the damage is hidden behind walls and ceilings long before the extent of the problem becomes apparent. The following are representative consequences of leaking water:
Water damage is a serious concern in the home, and it is important that a leak and resulting damage be repaired promptly. Improperly rejected insurance claims can lead to unnecessary delays which further endanger your health and your finances.
If you have been denied or underpaid for your water damage claim, the Dallas insurance attorneys of Smith Kendall, PLLC, can help. Contact us by calling 214-361-6124.