and was burglarized. Company had me sign a "Policy" which stated Home Security System had to be disabled during the procedure. Also, was told at the last minute before vacating premises that California Law requires at least 1 window in each room to be opened a minimum of 3 inches. My entry point trip devices cannot and will not affect any procedure of the fumigation. Burglary had entered one of the windows, which was opened 3 inches. Fumigation company secured windows by sealing window frame to window sill with masking tape. Keep in mind...No Fumigation procedure could trip an entry alarm device(magnetic) unless it is physically moved by force. Also, what type of attorney should I get.
Not really--they didn't say you couldn't secure the windows another way--like by having a window lock at the #" raised level. But by having you turn off the alarm there are issues if they didn't tell you how to secure your building. Talk to a member of the caoc (www.caoc.org).
You should demand that the fumigation company pay the cost of your deductible. If they refuse, you might consider taking them to small claims court. But, you probably should take your contract to a local attorney for review before doing anything.
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