I have been denied my claim for structural damages to my foundation (and misc. sheetrock, floors, etc. from the house sinking 2 inches) by both FEMA and my flood insurance company. Insurance said the damage was done by soil movement after the flood waters receded. FEMA denied us again for having our own insurance (even though I showed them the denial for structural damage part of the claim). Our structural engineer suggested we sue our township because it was storm water that caused the flooding. What type of lawyer can sort all of this out and decide who is responsible? We have $241,000 dwelling ins from the flood ins company, yet can't get anybody to cover the structural damage done indirectly by the flooding.
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Employment / Labor Attorney
Typical Insurance Company BS.
Any decent Plaintiff attorney
should be able to handle this.
Problem is is that your case
is not a "slam-dunk" and is
going to be a real "paperwork"
nightmare. Good luck!
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