Matthews v. Allstate Insurance Company
Cheryl and Leroy Matthews’ home suffered a substantial water loss that resulted in them having to move out of their home. Ms. Matthews described the water loss as if it was raining in her home. As a result of poor remediation efforts, mold quickly developed in their home forcing the Matthews into temporary housing. The Matthews hired the firm to sue their insurance carrier, Allstate Insurance Company, for failing to pay for all the damages to their home and not covering all of the expenses associated with living in temporary housing. The Matthews’ lawsuit also alleges that the remediation company’s failure to properly remediate the water loss resulted in additional damages to the home.

Harris v. State Farm General Insurance Company
The firm and its co-counsel represent a group of homeowners whose homes were damaged by soot and ash as a result of the Station Fire. State Farm has allegedly failed to properly pay these homeowners for contractor’s overhead and profit on their soot and ash claims. This putative class action is currently pending in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Dawson v. Allstate Insurance Company
The Dawsons’ home was damaged when a tree that had been struck by lightning fell on their home. The home also suffered water damage during the storm. This claim was favorably settled.

Foster v. Fire Insurance Exchange
After a valuable painting was stolen from him home, Jan Foster hired Heather to represent him in after the carrier denied his claim and intimated that he had participated in the theft of his own painting. The case successfully resolved for more than three times the value of the painting.

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