Home & Property Damage

Dedicated Home & Property Damage Attorney

Serving West Virginia Residents Since 1952

The Law Firm You Can Trust

If your West Virginia home or commercial property has been damaged due to an unnatural act, contact the home & property damage attorneys of Angotti & Straface Attorneys at Law L.C. in Morgantown. We represent the interests of those whose financial interests have been impacted as a result of the willful or neglectful acts of another individual or entity. Although most of our clients maintain insurance to protect their property, there are many cases when our clients’ homeowners and commercial property insurance are not liable to pay for damages to land or structures because the loss was caused by another party who was at fault. We represent clients who have suffered a wide range of home, property, and other damages, including:

Landslides and Soils Litigation: Mudslides, earth movement, and soil subsidence downhill from unnatural acts such as logging, fracking, and earth moving activities

Soil and Earth Movement Claims: Denial of coverage for property damage due to valid soil and/or earth movement claims

Blasting Injuries: Structural and bodily damage suffered from flying debris, structural collapse, crumbling masonry, carbon monoxide, and other safety failures caused by coal mining, fracking, quarrying, and other types of blasting

Water Diversion: Property damage caused by purposeful, unnatural change in the direction of water flow

Water Runoff: Surface or structural flooding/damage caused by storm water overflow and related unnatural water diversion

Contractor Error: Damage caused to a property as a result of a contractor’s error, untimely performance, or related negligence/wrongdoing

Construction Defects: Defective workmanship, design, systems, materials, etc. that cause property damage and/or personal injury

Property Damage: Partial or complete loss of use of property caused by a willful or negligent act

Commercial Construction Litigation: Civil lawsuits arising from construction-related disputes involving commercial property, such as negligence, defective materials and/or workmanship, mold damage, and related matters

What to Do When Home or Property Damage Occurs

A HANDS-ON APPROACH TO EVERY CASE
PROTECTING WEST VIRGINIA’S RESIDENTS SINCE 1952

If you have suffered a loss, you may wonder what you should do. Contact Angotti & Straface right away. We personally handle your case from start to finish. You must be prepared for a potential battle with your insurance company, as well as the insurance company of the individual or entity responsible for causing the damage to your home or property. After consulting us, you should contact your insurance company to file a claim for damages. As a paying policyholder, you are eligible to receive compensation for all of the coverage for which you have paid for and are entitled to receive according to your policy specifications. Document evidence of all of the damage and contact your local law enforcement officials and obtain a report. Secure all evidence at an offsite location until the conclusion of your case.

Home or Property Damage? Call for Your Free Attorney Consultation

It is important to remember that insurance adjusters work for the insurance companies, and that insurance companies, large contractors, municipal entities, etc. have an immense amount of financial power. If you are involved in a case involving damage to your home or property as a result of an unnatural act, you must secure the assistance of a competent attorney with extensive experience dealing with landslides, earth movement, water diversion, contractor errors, and similar matters. Contact the home and property damage attorneys of Angotti & Straface to schedule your free initial consultation at: (304) 292-4381.