How to Sue city for flood damage?
The best way to maintain a residence or business is through flood insurance. You can sue the city for flood damages, but remember, that cities have a lot more money than you do. The best way to sue the city is through a class action lawsuit.
You can sue if you believe that your landlord has been negligent in a way that contributed to the flood damage, for example, by failing to keep the drains in good repair. However, there are certainly some kinds of flooding that are beyond the control of landlords, in which case your lawsuit would be doomed to fail. Read More
H. James Owen has written: 'Guide for flood and flash flood preparedness planning' -- subject(s): Flood forecasting, Flood damage prevention 'Cooperative flood loss reduction' -- subject(s): City planning, Flood damage prevention, Flood control Read More
Yes you can file a claim with the city. Read More
Can you sue homeowners association insurance for water damage caused by stream under your home that runs through the community?
No. For one thing you don't sue the insurance company you file suit against the homeowners association. It is doubtful that you will have any claim unless you can prove that they did something negligently that caused the damage on your property. Really you should have had a flood policy if you are in a flood zone or low area and that would pay for your property damage. I also don't understand how the stream… Read More
flood damage is the loss caused by any water like rain,sea or any else. Read More
Can you sue the city you live in after you were punched by another inmate and suffering from broken bones and nerve damage while you were under the supervision of the city jail?
(in the US) ANYBODY can sue ANYONE for ANYTHING. You can try - consult with a local attorney for his views on your case. Read More
Flood is excluded Read More
flood damage Flood line Flood plain Read More
It all depends on how bad the flood is. The whole house can be destroyed if the flood is bad enough. Read More
Yes Atlas insurance does cover flood damage. They also secure food insurance that you may need and also provide you with insurance to replace your assets which were damaged in the flood. Read More
When a flood is declared a National Disaster does flood insurance automatically pay if you are in a flood zone?
If you have flood insurance it will cover damage resulting from a flood. It does not matter if a national disaster has been declared or not. Read More
"Flood Insurance" will cover damage resulting from a Flood. Homeowners Insurance will not. Read More
When a flood is declared a National Disaster flood insurance for everyone in the flood zone based on the national Flood Plain maps gets their damage paid for automatically?
Not in America. Read More
Flood City Music Festival was created in 2009. Read More
Flood water damage should be dealt with immediately to ensure that your living environment and property will not become a health hazard (due to the unclean flood water and mold growth). Contact a flood damage remediation company right away to start the cleanup process. They will have the expertise and equipment necessary to restore your property to a clean and healthy state. Read More
In majority of states no. Special flood coverage has to be bought. Read More
If the master policy is written to include flood coverage, then, yes. Read More
a disturbance Read More
Gilbert Fowler White has written: 'Choice of adjustment to floods' -- subject(s): Flood damage prevention 'Papers on flood problems' -- subject(s): Floods 'The control and development of flood plain areas' -- subject(s): United States, Flood control, Flood damage prevention Read More
river floods is one and it is where lakes ponds and rivers overflow in a causous way flash flood is the other and that can do damage such as tearing down power lines and damage to houses Read More
It really depends what you asked them to build. If their job wasn't to prevent/repair damage from recent or future floods, the carpenter isn't one to blame. However, the builder should have token that knowledge into effect, to know that they should have made protection against weathering and other things. Read More
No, Flood insurance will not cover your Automobile. Your Comprehensive Auto Insurance will cover flood damage to your Car. Read More
Answer Only when that home Insurance Policy has A Flood Insurance Policy Form. Flood Insurance is required before it will pay for Flood related damage. Read More
It means stand alone "Flood Only". It covers the specified damage limits for a flood loss, no other loss type is covered under a flood policy. Read More
Engine, not motor, and that depends on your insurance policy. If you don't have flood insurance specifically, flood damage is typically not covered. Read More
No, a flash flood is a flood that's REALLY fast and causes a lot more damage. Read More
over £3m Read More
major properity damage,plumbing damage,death,injury,mold and mildew,electricity damage,blackouts,diseases. Read More
well, technically they ARE natural disasters, but the specific damage they cause is water/flood damage and wind damage Read More
Yes, there was slight damage done, but not much. However the damage that was done, was very sever. Read More
If you can sue McDonalds for "hot coffee" then I'm sure you can do whatever you want... Read More
There are many UK companies providing flood damage repair such as Allkare, UKcommercialcleaning and Regency Restoration. A look in your local yellow pages is highly recommended for local services. Read More
no there was no la river before the flood the flood is what caused the city to create the la river. Read More
Yes, You can still sue for the property damage even if there were no injuries. Read More
Yes, you can sue for dog bites is the animal caused injury or damage to property. Read More
G. Pender has written: 'Flood risk science and management' -- subject(s): Flood control, Flood damage prevention, Risk assessment Read More
People died, and there was crop damage. Read More