So Your Property Is Flooding, Now What?

By Bridget O’Toole, Esq.

Property owners, businesses and municipalities across New York State are experiencing flooding at an historic rate.  The causes run the gambit from poorly maintained municipal stormwater systems to the flooding we have seen in 2017 and 2019 along Lake Ontario. Water is one of the most destructive forces of nature and once it starts coming in it can be very difficult to stop.

If your property is currently flooding, you should do the following:

After the flood waters have receded, you should do the following:

The Zoghlin Group PLLC has experience with all types of flooding claims.  For help understanding the laws concerning damage and loss due to flooding as well as the possibility of recovery, please contact The Zoghlin Group PLLC for a consultation.  

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