When you have a business, one of the most important pieces of that structure may be the actual location in which your company operates. Whether this space is rented or owned, the security of the structure is vitally important. Imagine a potential client or customer walking through the door to meet with you for a meeting about working together. Imagine in another scenario in which a key potential partner comes to meet with you to discuss in a conversation what could change the direction of the business and launch a new relationship to benefit both of you.

Many types of conversations take place within the four walls of your office or the conference room, and with that significance, so rises the importance of the space in which you are having those conversations. A pest infestation of any time can be damaging, and particularly one related to a termite infestation can devastate the prospects of your business to the extent that the space in which you are operating is compromised. With the help of the attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., ensuring that this damage to your business is compensated is something that can be in your company’s future.

Whether your situation involves a landlord who has failed to disclose a termite infestation before renting your business the location, or you had an inspection before purchasing the space but that inspection failed to indicate to you the termite infestation, or whatever the case may be, the attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., will guide you through what compensation to right those wrongs looks like for you. To begin this conversation, reach out to us at 800-574-4332 to discuss the details of your situation with our Mobile commercial termite infestation attorneys, and we will explain the legal framework to what navigating this process together will be like.

What Is a Commercial Termite Infestation?

The form that a commercial termite infestation claim takes may vary depending on the particular situation. Whether your business rents your premises or owns, compensation in the case of a termite infestation can be an option for you. The damages that are recoverable may relate to of course the actual damage to the property and may also go beyond to include and even potentially punitive damages to punish the bad actor in the case of a fraudulent or reckless approach being taken regarding disclosures or lack of thereof.

Should a company that engages in an inspection of your property not make the observations required or inspect at the level necessary to uncover the damages, this is not a burden that you should be meant to absorb. Because of this, the legal framework in Alabama allows for this company to be pursued for the failure to property disclose, whether it resulted from their having the knowledge and not sharing it with you but also more commonly, the case where the company simply failed to inspect properly and so had no information to actually share with you.  

What Will an Alabama Commercial Termite Infestation Lawyer Provide?

Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., is available to evaluate together with you what form of damages your claim may involve and importantly the way that the case will be structured so as to maximize those benefits. Simply experiencing a terminate infestation should not be considered bad luck from which you and your business imply need to rebound. Instead, this it is something that is more than a typical loss a business may expect to experience, but rather an opportunity to right a wrong and seek compensation to which you deserve. Connect today with one of our Mobile commercial termite infestation attorneys as soonest you are able.There is no fee for your initial consultation with us discussing the details of your case.


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