A sudden onset of damage can have many causes: Dog bite, fall on an unsecured construction site, or property damage during craftsmen’s work.
Disputes can arise not only over the cause of the damage and the associated question of whether someone is liable to pay compensation for it. Much of the dispute is fought over the scope or extent of damages. Are the costs of an expert opinion to be reimbursed? Can additional travel expenses be charged? How much compensation for pain and suffering can I claim? These are just some of the questions that can arise.
If claims for damages are given, the damaging party is often covered by insurance. The latter refuse to reimburse some damage items, sometimes without justification, or reduce the amount of the costs incurred. In the event of a claim, it is therefore advisable to seek legal advice from the outset. If the claim is substantiated, there is generally also a claim for reimbursement of the attorney’s fees incurred.
We will gladly take care of for you e.g.:
- Repair costs
- Loss of use damage
- Compensation for pain and suffering
- Expert costs
- Rental car costs
- Household management damage or increased needs
- Treatment costs