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Property damage from water leaks is much more common than you think – it is estimated that 1 in every 50 households across the country experiences water damage and has to file a claim with the insurance company over the same. Water leaks can cause extensive property damage to the point where the home becomes unlivable, and it can even cause a black mold infestation problem which can turn into a major health issue for all inhabitants of the home. It is important to note here that water damage isn’t just an accident or a fluke that happens: more often than not, someone’s negligence is what caused the same, and as the victim, you have every right to go after the culpable or liable party so you can recover money damages as well as justice so you can repair and reclaim what’s yours.

Are you looking for a water damage attorney? The experienced lawyers at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience helping individuals such as you get the justice and compensation they deserve. Please give us a call NOW at (773) 825-8649 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We work on contingency fee basis, and what this simply means is that we won’t charge you a CENT as we work on your case, and will only do so once we’ve successfully recovered compensation on your behalf. water damage can cause extensive damage to your home, and the insurance company may try to pin it on your: don’t accept liability, and don’t speak to the insurance company before speaking with us: the number to call is (773) 825-8649 to learn more about your legal options after having suffered home water damage. Serving all affected individuals across the country.

Depending on the extent as well as the length of time that the water damage occurred, the home’s structural integrity may be compromised. In addition, water damage may be so extensive that the home may not be salvageable, meaning that whole walls and wiring as well as plumbing may need to be replaced. All these activities may cost a pretty penny, and this is something you shouldn’t be paying for reasons we’ll take a look at shortly.

Here are some of the most common parties who may be held liable for water damage:

  1. The plumbers who repaired a faulty tap but did a shoddy job
  2. The landlord who failed to maintain the plumbing on a regular basis
  3. The building contractor who put in substandard plumbing fixtures
  4. The HOA which diverted or misallocated funds for plumbing repairs

Water Damage Attorneys – Call Us Today!

In order to recover money damages for water damage, one must prove that the liable party acted in a negligent manner, and that the negligence is what led to your injuries, illness or property losses. It may be tempted to ask the insurance company to take care of it, but chances are that they will limit the amount which you can recover, and the damages may actually be more than what it may cost to repair the same. Instead of getting lowballed by your insurance company, reach out to us NOW at (773) 825-8649 and we’ll help take a look at your case and get you so much more than what your insurance company will offer. Thanks for choosing us, and we look forward to helping you.