New York Third Party Claim Attorneys
Representing clients impacted by damage from another’s property
When a property is damaged or destroyed, homeowners and commercial property owners may have to file a claim with their insurance company to make a full recovery. The complexity of the matter is compounded if the damage was caused by something that originated on another’s property. In many cases, your insurance company may not cover a loss caused by a neighboring property or property owner. Even if you do not have insurance, you may still make a recovery and you do have options. You may need to consider your legal options, including filing a lawsuit against your neighbor or his or her insurance company. If you need legal advice on how to proceed or an attorney to represent your needs, contact The Law Office of Craig A. Blumberg for a consultation.
Should I file a third party claim or a lawsuit for negligence?
Damage caused by a neighboring property may constitute the need for a third-party claim. There are many instances that give cause for a third-party claim, including:
- Fallen objects originating from another’s property
- Fire that spread from one property to yours
- Construction that damages your property
- Water damage caused by runoff from a broken pipe
Even if you do not have insurance, you may still have rights and you should contact an attorney to discuss the matter.
Contact our firm to discuss your options
If damage to your property was caused by something that didn’t originate on your land, your insurance company policy will probably not cover it. When faced with a terrible situation, do not think you are out of luck. You may be able to recover compensation through a third-party claim. Though your future is uncertain, it is important to do your best to recover. Knowing your legal rights is always best and retaining the advice and representation of an effective attorney can mean a world of difference. To know more about our legal services, contact The Law Office of Craig A. Blumberg for a consultation today.