From Great Neck to Montauk, we have have Long Island property damage claims covered. Property damage claims in Nassau and Suffolk counties come in all shapes and sizes. Most are predicated upon principles of negligence or a breach of a particular duty of care, based upon a statute, or a contract. The property damage attorneys at Greenblatt Agulnick have been successfully handling Long Island property damage claims since its inception. It's lawyers practice in Nassau County Supreme Court, Suffolk County Supreme Court, as well as the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of New York, which covers all of Long Island.
Some of the most common property damage claims we handle are fire, water damage, and damage caused by nearby construction. If you are on Long Island and have had property damage, you should immediately consult with a lawyer. Quite often people are given information or "guidance", whether by an insurance broker, friend, or family, and quite often that information is incomplete, or inaccurate. The property damage claim lawyers at Greenblatt Agulnick will assess your claim, determine if insurance should cover it, and give you straight forward and honest legal counsel. Whether or not you have insurance, or don't have enough insurance, we can help you recover what you are entitled to.
The statute of limitations for property damage claims is three years from the date of the damage, but you should not delay. The best claims are pursued right away. If you have insurance, you should act immediately or risk a denial. For your convenience, our office in Great Neck in Nassau County. You can come to us, and we can certainly come to you.
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