The property law attorney often works with cases of catastrophic property loss, which can result from natural and man-made causes and affects both commercial and residential properties. Victims of catastrophic property loss can be left without a home or the means to earn a living, so they are best served by an experienced property damage attorney. Not only can physical structures be damaged or totally destroyed by floods, fire, tornados, sinkholes and terrorist acts, but catastrophic losses can also mean the destruction of crops and farmland along with expensive art or auto collections. Further, the loss of income from a catastrophic property loss related to business interruption not only hurts business owners, but also the employees and local economies.
Finding the parties responsible for causing catastrophic property loss is the job of the property law attorney. From the initial case evaluation, when basic facts are gathered and viability of the claim is determined, through the discovery phase where each side discloses evidence, the property damage attorney prepares the case with the intent to secure full and fair compensation for his or her clients. Sometimes this goal can be achieved through settlement and other times a fair outcome can only be attained by taking the case to trial. This strategy requires an experienced and knowledgeable property law attorney that has the resources to pursue just outcomes for clients. The property damage attorney team of Clifford Law Offices has the knowledge, experience and resources to represent you in your pursuit of justice.
After the terrorist attacks on 9/11, the property law attorney team of Robert A. Clifford partner at Clifford Law Offices, was selected to serve as liaison counsel in the property damage claims from the destruction of buildings one and two of the World Trade Center. This highly experienced property damage attorney due from Clifford Law Offices served as the spokespersons for all of the interests that lost property after the collapse of the World Trade Center. These tremendously complex suits were brought on behalf of insurance companies and other business organizations worldwide that sustained billions of dollars in losses after the twin towers collapsed.