$210,000 For an Owner of a Gas Station Damaged by Fire

Updated: May 5



After our client’s gas station was severely damage by fire, the insurance company paid $97,000 alleging that this is the entire amount owed under the policy.


We disputed the amount of loss, retained damages experts, and convinced the insurance company that its valuations are incorrect under the insurance policy and Michigan law. Within a year, we recovered an additional payment of $210,000 for our client, and he repaired his gas station and resumed his business operations.

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