Did You Suffer Property Damage in West Virginia?
Few things can be more frustrating than being deprived of the use and enjoyment of your home and property because it has been damaged or destroyed by the negligence of another. Defects not disclosed by the seller or identified by the home inspector can reduce the value of your new home before you even have a chance to enjoy it.
For more than 25 years, Troy Law Firm, PLLC, has represented clients in Charleston and throughout West Virginia in a wide range of property damage, real estate, and personal injury matters. From undisclosed home defects to negligent home inspections, from boundary disputes to botched construction and repairs, our property damage attorney can provide the experience and aggressive representation needed to resolve cases quickly, effectively, and maximize your recovery.
Real Estate Litigation
Buying or selling real estate will likely represent an individual's single largest financial transaction. Unfortunately, disagreements and legal dilemmas may arise from these transactions. It often takes a skilled real estate attorney to navigate these complex disputes.
Troy Law Firm, PLLC, handles cases involving:
- Boundary disputes
- Nuisance claims (in which another person interferes with your quiet use and enjoyment of your property)
- Failure to disclose known defects in real estate sales and transactions
- Negligent home inspections
- Coverage disputes with insurers
Property Damage and Negligent Construction
Damage to your home and other property can happen at any time. Some damaging events are beyond your or anybody else's control, but others are the result of negligence.
When another party's negligent actions damage your property, Troy Law Firm, PLLC, can take action. Attorney Mark Troy has experience in cases involving:
- Flooding of property through negligent diversion of water or failure to control runoff
- Damage or destruction of the home by blasting or negligent construction
- Release of hazardous or toxic agents onto the property
Handling Real Estate and Property Damage Cases
Through the history of our practice, Troy Law Firm, PLLC, has gained a wealth of knowledge in the areas of architecture, design, and construction practices. Additionally, our attorney has had the opportunity to develop a network of design professionals, contractors, and others who may be required to maximize your recovery.
No matter the scope of your property damage, construction or other real estate matter, Troy Law Firm, PLLC, will utilize the insight of these industry experts to build the strongest case strategy possible and help maximize your recovery. Call 304-345-1122 today. Our law firm serves Charleston, Huntington and nearby areas of West Virginia, as well as Prestonsburg and communities in eastern Kentucky.