When you hire a pest control company, you have every right to expect that they will prevent and/or eliminate dangerous infestations and stand behind their work. When they fail to do so, you are entitled to seek compensation for your damages and to have the company you hired pay for your repairs and the related damages you have suffered. While some exterminators will refuse to pay, the pest control attorneys at Buntin, Etheredge, & Fowler, LLC. in Dothan, AL, explain that there are many situations in which you may have a claim.
For example, if you purchase a home or commercial building and received a Wood Infestation Inspection Report and soon thereafter discovered evidence of past or current termite activity, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the company that provided the erroneous information or require the company to perform a free treatment. Likewise, you may be able to sue if you maintain a pest control contract for your home or business and still suffer termite damage. In most cases the larger part of termite damage is hidden and can be prohibitively expensive to repair. In addition such damage can reduce the value of your home because of the stigma of termite infestations.
The exterminators and their business insurance carriers have a variety of excuses at their disposal, most of which consists of blaming the homeowner for the failure of their services. As experienced pest control attorneys, Buntin, Etheredge, & Fowler, LLC., have the expertise to fight back, helping you collect the damage you deserve and getting your home or business restored.
For experienced business litigation and termite lawyers turn to Buntin, Etheredge, & Fowler, LLC. Visit this law firm online to learn more about their extensive experience in termite and pest control litigation, or call (334) 793-3377 to discuss your case with an experienced pest control attorney today.