McDonald Law Firm Newsletter April 2018

INSURANCE DISPUTES

How to file a hail damage claim.

Let’s face it, hail happens.

Depending on the size and speed at which it falls, hail and the wind that comes with it can cause considerable property damage. According to NOAA, last year, there were 6,045 reports of severe weather involving hail – 1,326 happened in May alone. In the unfortunate event that a hailstorm hits your home or business and you suffer property damage, check out these seven tips you may find helpful when filing a claim.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TAX LITIGATION

Upcoming Property Tax Deadlines

May 15

Deadline for filing a rendition statement or property report if an extension was rewarded.

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NEVER HIRE A LAWYER WITHOUT ASKING THIS FIRST.

Over the next few months, we’ll be sharing questions you should ask before hiring a lawyer. We’ll start with the one we’re asked the most.

“How are you paid?”

McDonald Law Firm represents the majority of our clients on a contingent fee.

This means that we do not require any up-front payment and we only get paid if we successfully resolve your case. If no money is awarded for your case, you do not owe our firm anything. If money is awarded, our attorney’s fees are calculated as a percentage of the total amount of the recovery. Clients agree to this percentage in advance when they sign our contingency fee contract of representation.

McDonald Law Firm strives to be a contributing member of the communities in which we operate. As a part of this mission, throughout 2018 we will be sharing information about charitable organizations to which our team members have given their time, enthusiasm and knowledge.

THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE

Humane Society of North Texas

Improving the lives of North Texas animals and the people who love them.

Several team members at McDonald Law Firm have found forever friends at the Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT). From dogs, cats, horses or Guinea pigs… HSNT’s staff and volunteers serve thousands of animals each year.

Many of the animals in the HSNT system had previous owners who abandoned or released them. Others were rescued from abusive situations. HSNT’s humane investigators are in the field 7 days a week looking into reports of animal abuse and neglect throughout North Texas.

In addition to animal rescue and pet adoptions, HSNT provides low-cost veterinary services, including spay and neuter surgeries, pet microchipping and vaccination clinics.

Let’s talk.

Call: 877-803-2897
Text: 817-203-0260

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