Commercial Hail Roof Claims

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A disaster such as a hailstorm can result in serious damage to a commercial property.  If a business’s roof has suffered serious hail damage, the damage is not limited to the physical structure.  Any shutdown of operations due to roof damage can harm your business’s customer relationships, its ability to meet deadlines for orders and to provide services, and the amount of revenue it receives from sales or even rent from tenants of your commercial property.

Unfortunately, commercial insurers often dispute commercial hail roof claims, leaving business owners without the compensation they need to make repairs and to rebuild in a timely manner.  If your commercial insurance carrier has disputed your commercial hail roof claim, you may have a claim for damages.

Fighting For Compensation Your Business Is Entitled To

After a hailstorm, your commercial property may suffer lasting damage to roofing granules and shingles, which can reduce the overall lifespan of a roof.  Not only can hail damage require extensive repairs, but your business’s roof may even need to be completely replaced.

To avoid paying out on valid claims, commercial insurance carriers will dispute the hail damage by arguing the damaged roof of your commercial property only needs repairs instead of full replacement.  Insurers also may try to argue the roof damage existed prior to the hailstorm, the age of the roof contributed to the damage, the damage resulted from wear and tear, or that your business failed to properly maintain the roof over time.  Doyle has experience going up against commercial insurance carriers disputing claims in bad faith, and our attorneys can help your business get the compensation it is entitled to.

The attorneys at Doyle can assist business owners who have suffered roof damage to all types of commercial buildings, including:

  • Flat-roofed retail shopping malls and strip centers
  • Steel-frame industrial buildings
  • Skyscrapers and multi-story office buildings
  • Hotels and motels
  • Professional buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Special purpose venues such as conference centers, banquet halls, and stadiums

Get Help For Your Business’s Hail Roof Claim

If your business has suffered roof damage from a hailstorm and your commercial insurance carrier has disputed your business’s claim, please contact Doyle today.  We can help you get your business up and running again.