Irwin Tardy & Morris


Has Your Claim for Fire Loss Been Denied?

The tragedy of a fire – the loss of belongings, keepsakes or even your entire business - can be one of the most traumatic events in your life. Sadly, many fire survivors are then denied any compensation from their own insurance company. If your insurance company is delaying payment or has denied your claim, you need an experienced lawyer.

Even though you have faithfully paid insurance premiums for years, when you make a claim on your policy the insurance company looks for any reason to refuse compensation. They may allege insurance fraud, deny your claim because you cannot produce documents that were destroyed in the fire, or even accuse you of arson.

Our attorneys will conduct an in-depth evaluation of both your insurance policy and the particular facts regarding the fire. We work closely with public adjustors to get a fair assessment of your loss, then actively pursue your claim. We will advance your claim through all stages of the process including documentation, examinations under oath, litigation, and trial. Contact us for a free intial consultation and review to discuss your case.

We represent only policyholders, not insurance companies.

(207) 772-0303 

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Irwin Tardy & Morris Locations

Portland

183 Middle Street
P.O. Box 7030
Portland, Maine 04112
Phone: 207.772.0303

Newport

159 Main Street
PO Box 476
Newport, Maine 04953
Phone: 207.368.2828

Augusta

104 Sewall Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207.368.2828

New Gloucester
(Pineland - Auburn Hall)

60 Pineland Drive, Suite 202
New Gloucester, ME 04260
Phone: 207.725.0000


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