Property damage can occur in many shapes and sizes. The most common claim made by property owners is damage caused by water.


of all claims are the result of water damage

– Canadian Underwriters Assoc., 2020

Other types of claims include Fire damage, Lightning strikes, Wind damage, and the Theft or Loss of personal property.

Property damage claims due to fire are often handled differently due to the devastating nature of the loss. Fire can often involve the displacement of your family for an extended period, and they often require extensive investigation into the cause of the fire, as these are the costliest settlements for insurers.

After sitting down with you to discuss the specifics of your case, a Mackesy Smye lawyer will be able to advise you of your options. The compensation for your property damage claim may include provision for property replacement and restoration, physical and psychological suffering, loss of shelter, and rental income to date and in the future.

Our law firm’s team of lawyers will help you obtain appropriate compensation resulting from these types of claims.

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