How do I collect evidence for a claim dispute?

When a person wants to fight for their insurance coverage in court, they’ll need to provide proof of the damage their property suffered. Evidence should be gathered in a variety of ways. It is important that evidence of the property’s worth is collected, which can be done by getting together all records and receipts. In addition, a property owner should take video or pictures of the damage if possible. Visual evidence can help prove that damage occurred and should have been covered.

If your property was destroyed in the wildfires, you have likely sought benefits through your insurer. Unfortunately, insurance companies are businesses and therefore may be disinclined to abide by the terms of the policies that they have issued. For more information regarding your legal options, contact the Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Hart by calling 800-639-8460 today.

Note: Williams Hart's primary office is 8441 Gulf Freeway, Suite 600, Houston, TX 77017-5051. The Leon Law Firm's primary office is One Sugar Creek Center Boulevard, Suite 980, Sugar Land, Texas 77478.

Williams Hart and The Leon Law Firm are taking joint responsibility for potential cases as co-counsel.

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