Cincinnati storm damage lawyer represents business and homeowners  and files Storm Damage Lawsuits against bad faith Insurance companies

Each year in Ohio major rainstorms and severe weather cause widespread storm damage to commercial buildings and homes, and victims scramble to rebuild their companies and lives.

However, all too often insurance companies ignore, delay or wrongly deny storm damage claims, leaving policyholders with little recourse other than taking legal action and filing a claim against an insurance company.

Storm damage lawsuits and claims will be unique with a different property that suffered from flooding, hail storms, wind storms and tornadoes or heavy rain. It requires experts to assess damages because although some damage is visible, other damages can be hidden.

For example, storms may damage every window a home or business, though an untrained eye may not notice until the windows begin to leak long after the storm.

Homeowners may not realize that high winds and hail can cause micro-fractures in paint or metal on a structure, which leads to premature aging and permanent damage.

It is typical after strong storms for business and homeowners to develop leaks in windows and cracks in walls a year or two after their homes were exposed to a catastrophic storm. By then, it is too late to make a claim with your insurance company.

If your commercial property or home has been affected by recent storms, you should immediately notify your insurance carrier. Failing to notify an insurance carrier promptly after a storm can compromise the ability to recover compensation for storm damage. Insurance carriers often deny or underpay legitimate claims, contending they are untimely.

Joe Lyon is a highly-rated Cincinnati storm damage lawyer and experienced Ohio bad faith attorney, well-versed in the economic impact that unpaid storm damage claims have on individuals and businesses. Mr. Lyon files Storm Damage Lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs nationwide. 

Contact a Cincinnati Storm Damage Lawyer

As soon as you have identified initial damage, photograph all storm damage and provide the evidence to your insurance agent. If damage is severe, cover damaged roofs or walls to prevent further wind and rain damage. Be very insistent with insurance agents after a storm or it is likely the company will wait until you give up on a claim.

If possible, document before and after photos. Insurance companies may deny claims by arguing that certain storm damage was actually already there before a storm. If you have questions, call an Ohio attorney experienced in handling storm damage lawsuits and litigating cases against insurance companies.

Storm damage may include the following:

  • Damaged roofs
  • Hail damage
  • Vehicle damage
  • Damaged siding and windows
  • Fencing & gutters

Storm Damage Compensation for Insurance Policyholders

If you think your insurance carrier is ignoring, delaying or denying your claim and think they are breaching their contract and simply protecting their own financial well-being, you may have a bad faith claim.

Policyholders should not be expected to spend months waiting and personally negotiating with insurance companies over obvious storm damage claims. Contact an experienced attorney to assist in filing storm damage lawsuits.

The Lyon Firm represents policyholders throughout Ohio in storm damage litigation on behalf of individuals and businesses. We seek compensation for our clients, as well as punitive damages against unethical and unlawful insurance companies.

The Lyon Firm has experience engaging insurance companies and recovering property damage claims. If your car, home or business has been damaged, and have questions about how to receive fair compensation from an insurance company, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403.

You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, a Cincinnati storm damage lawyer, and he will help you answer critical questions regarding storm damage lawsuits.