Norfolk, VA asked in Contracts and Small Claims for Virginia

Q: My landscaper hit a rock damaging my storm door and now refusing to pay? Should I hire a lawyer?

We have been in contact with said company and they’ve been giving us the run around for several weeks now. And suddenly communication has gone silent. We’ve reached out to see if the insurance company is going to pay and for any updates and have gotten nothing in response.

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1 Lawyer Answer

A: No. The cost of a lawyer will greatly exceed the cost of a completely new storm door. Most storm door companies sell replacement windows as windows do break.

I would get the storm door window replaced and maybe submit a claim to your homeowners insurance company.

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