Hail can vary in size, from the size of a pea to the size of a softball, but—big or small—it can still be destructive. Many commercial properties across the nation suffer hail-related losses every year in severe storms, and some just simply aren’t prepared to pay for and organize a successful recovery in the aftermath. To make things even more difficult, some business owners find themselves struggling against their own insurance companies over inaccurate assessments, mysterious delays, and unacceptably low offers for their legitimate claims.
Hail Damage Can Lead to Extensive Losses for Commercial Properties and Businesses
Even small hailstones can ruin shingles, damage paint, or dent vehicles and siding. Hailstorms that produce very large hailstones obviously create the potential for even more serious damages to commercial properties, sometimes shattering windows or causing structure damage. Depending on the circumstances, a business owner may expect to see damage to:
- Siding and exteriors
- Air conditioning units
- Company vehicles and other equipment
Fair Settlement of Hail Damage Insurance Claims for Businesses
Might Not Come Without a Fight
If you are unhappy with the way your commercial insurance claim for hail damage is going, it’s time to be proactive about getting what you need out of the insurance your business pays for. It is possible to protect your interests and maximize your recovery, but success may not come without a fight. That is why you will need a team of experienced hail damage insurance claim lawyers on your side.
Insurance companies have highly skilled legal teams working to limit your recovery after a hailstorm, but your business can benefit from securing the same legal skill and dedication in your corner. The commercial insurance claim attorneys with The Voss Law Firm are available to thoroughly review your claim, identify potential problems, and help you fight unfair delays and denials. For more information, reach out to our legal team today by phone, or complete the contact form on this page with your concerns.