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Being a national firm we deal with all sorts of different types of roofing claims all around the United States. Did you know that there are many types of damage that exist depending on the style of roof and materials used? Whether your roof damage has happened to a roof on a residential or commercial property, we’ve seen it all.

There are several causes of roof damage that can occur to your home or business. Some damage is due to wear and tear over time or as a result of water damage, hurricanes or other extreme weather, lightning, or even vandalism. There are many different events that can cause damage to the roof of your house or business.

Roof damage is a common occurrence in places with extreme weather. Due to the numerous building and zoning codes surrounding the roof on your home or business, it is extremely important to make sure that any damages to your roof are repaired properly. If the damage is not properly repaired, it is possible that future damage to your roof would not be covered under your insurance policy.

With a nationwide network of experienced insurance claims attorneys, we have the resources to fight the giant insurance companies and defend your rights. Contact us now, and see what Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley can do for you.

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Why you should hire an Insurance Claims Attorney

After a homeowner or business owner sustains property damage, he or she has the option to hire an attorney or a public adjuster. However, because a public adjuster is not an attorney, a public adjuster is unable to go to Court on behalf of a homeowner or business owner when an insurance company is not fairly evaluating a claim. Insurance companies know that and will often use it to their advantage by trying to short change a client and public adjuster.

If an attorney is hired in a case after a client already signed with a public adjuster it could unfortunately result in double fees for the homeowner or business owner. Therefore, we suggest calling one of our experienced attorneys right away to get involved from the beginning. We have public adjusters that work through us without an additional contingency fee.

Furthermore, this results in no additional surprise fees down the road for the homeowner or business owner. Most importantly, unlike a public adjuster, attorneys can recover fees separately in litigation, at no additional cost to you, which could mean a greater recovery to you.

Put Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley on the Case

If you are an individual, business, condo association or homeowner’s association and have suffered a property loss due to a roof leak, we urge you to contact the experienced insurance attorneys at Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley. Here’s how we can help:

  • If you have not already done so, we can initiate the claims process on your behalf directly with the insurance company
  • Select a public adjuster that works with you to assist with the appraisal process
  • We will promptly handle all property damage claims in a diligent manner
  • Negotiate with your insurance company on your behalf
  • Evaluate your insurance policy to determine the coverage(s) available to you
  • Settle your claim or litigate, if necessary, to recover the maximum settlement for you.

If you are one of the many who have been denied an insurance claim by your provider and want to receive the benefits you have been paying for, you need the experience of an insurance claim lawyer at Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley to help see your claim through.

For more information about a potential personal injury case or referral, give us a call at 8004744089, and let Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley prove it to you.

We offer:

  • A free, no-obligation case evaluation
  • No fee unless we win your case
  • Flexible appointments
  • Home and hospital visits

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Helping families across the United States to get the justice and compensation they are due.

We will never use any information about you for any purpose other than evaluating your claim.