Fort Worth Commercial Property Damage Attorneys
If you are a tenant or landlord involved in a dispute over damage to the commercial property you own or lease, you have the right to know all the legal options available. You may be entitled to monetary compensation for damages to your property by careless tenants. If you are a tenant, you may be able to obtain monetary compensation or future rent abatement if the commercial property you lease has been damaged either by another party or a natural disaster. The property damage lawyers at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. are here to guide you through all the steps of the legal process. We will review the details of your case during a completely free initial consultation.
For over thirty years, the attorneys at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. have been a trusted name in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We take our relationship with our clients seriously because they’re also our friends and neighbors. We have represented thousands of people in commercial real estate dispute cases. Our practice is committed to keeping you fully informed at all stages of your case, providing you with regular updates and detailed information to make knowledgeable decisions moving forward. Chat with us online, fill out a confidential evaluation form here on our website, or call us today at (214) 317-4448 to set up a free initial consultation.
Do I Need a Commercial Property Damage Lawyer?
As a landlord or tenant involved in a commercial property damage dispute, you likely have many questions regarding the next legal steps to take. What does real estate dispute resolution entail? What types of issues can be resolved through real estate litigation vs. out-of-court settlements? How long will the resolution take? The legal process of obtaining compensation in such cases can certainly be daunting. That said, you are not alone. A lawyer well-versed in commercial real estate laws can investigate your case, protect your rights, defend your interests, and lead you to a satisfactory resolution as painlessly as possible.
Why Choose Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. to Handle My Case?
If you require legal counsel for a commercial landlord-tenant dispute in the Dallas area, we know that there are a number of options open to you. Here are a few points that set Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. apart from other firms in the area:
Experience – For over thirty years, our lawyers have successfully handled cases in many areas of real estate litigation for clients in Dallas-Fort Worth. Our client testimonials demonstrate that we are well-respected in the community for our compassionate and professional legal services.
Client Communication – At Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., we pride ourselves in achieving the highest level of communication with our clients. We keep you informed of developments in your case every step of the way. We also provide you with the detailed information you need to make important and often difficult decisions.
Commitment to Excellent Service – The attorneys at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. believe that our potential clients have the right to understand the benefits our firm offers before being charged any fees. That’s why we offer a completely free initial consultation to answer any questions you may have regarding your commercial tenant-landlord dispute.
Types of Property Damage Disputes We Handle
Within the specific area of commercial landlord-tenant disputes, we handle most disagreements that may arise surrounding the terms of a lease or rental agreement. Commercial landlords whose rental property is damaged by careless tenants have the right to claim compensation for their losses. Moreover, both landlords and tenants may be adversely affected if the property they own or lease sustains damage, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Fire damage – from a natural disaster or personal negligence
- Water damage – from faulty plumbing, roof leakage, or personal negligence
- Flood damage – from a hurricane, tropical storm, or other natural disaster
- Wind damage – from a tornado, hurricane, or other natural disaster
- Hail or ice damage
- Third-party vehicle damage
Commercial tenants also have the legal right to seek payment or rent abatement for damage to the property they rent or lease. No tenant should feel deterred in seeking legal assistance because they have signed a lease or rental agreement.
Call Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. Today
Many of our clients tell us that they don’t want to take legal action, but in many commercial landlord-tenant disputes, this is the only possible solution. At Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., our attorneys draw from their extensive civil litigation experience, and comprehensive knowledge of real estate property law, in order to come to a swift and stress-free resolution. Call our Fort Worth commercial landlord/tenant dispute team today at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. for a free consultation.