For most people, their home is the most important and valuable asset they will ever have, their most cherished investment. But what happens when sinkhole activity has caused damage to a property? Can a property owner sell a home that has suffered sinkhole damage? An experienced attorney can answer your questions about selling a “sinkhole home.”
At Williams Law Association, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, we have been representing property owners in sinkhole claims cases since 1995. We understand all of the complex issues facing property owners before they file a claim, during their case and after their claim is settled.
We look forward to helping you protect your rights. Call (800) 451-6786 for a free consultation and case evaluation with a Tampa sinkhole lawyer.
Sound Legal Advice For Homeowners
For homeowners looking to sell their house, it is important to make sure all proper procedures are followed, especially when a home currently has sinkhole damage or had sinkhole damage repaired. Our experienced sinkhole lawyer, K.C. Williams, can answer your questions such as:
- Do you have to disclose past/repaired sinkhole damage?
- Can you sell a home that is currently exhibiting signs of sinkhole damage?
- Are there automatic concessions you must provide when selling a “sinkhole home?”
- Do guarantees on sinkhole repairs carry over to a new owner?
We look forward to answering your questions and making sure your home sale is handled properly. Call (800) 451-6786, or submit an intake form online to arrange a
free consultation and case evaluation.
Has Your Home Insurance Company Denied Or Undervalued Your Property Damage Claim In Florida?
If your insurance company is dragging their feet regarding your property damage claim you should speak with an experienced insurance claim lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Tampa, Florida law office directly at 800.451.6786 to schedule your free consultation. We help Florida residents just like you fight the big insurance companies who fail to abide by their own policies. Remember, we work on a contingent basis, meaning you don't pay us anything until we win your case.