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Insurance Companies Snub Victims of Dayton, Ohio Tornadoes

June 14, 2019

 

The last week of May, 2019 proved to be a devastating one to the residents in and around Dayton, Ohio, as multiple tornadoes ripped through the area with a vengeance.  The National Weather Service says that "at least an EF3 tornado with winds up to 140 mph" struck the city of Beavercreek in Greene County, Ohio. It says similar winds hit Trotwood in Montgomery County and they continue to survey damages to the entire area.” 

 

In the following days, the National Weather Services stated, "Upon further review of damage by NWS survey teams, the tornado that moved across Montgomery County from west of Brookville through Trotwood to Dayton to Riverside is now rated as an EF4 tornado with estimated maximum winds of 170 mph." You can read the full article from AccuWeather here:  Full Article

 

Clearly, the NWS included the city of Dayton and its residents in their determination of where at least one tornado hit.  Why then, is our office getting inundated with calls from city residents stating that their insurance companies are not helping them with their claims? 

 

On May 30th, 2019, the Dayton Daily News reported, “The already staggering numbers kept rising by the hour Wednesday as it was confirmed that 13 tornadoes hit the Dayton-area on Monday night, according to new National Weather Service investigations.”  The article continued to state that there were over 200 injuries reported, and at least 360 homes had suffered heavy damage in the area.  You can read the full article here:  Full Article

 

The Dayton location of The Law Offices of Blake R. Maislin, LLC is ready to help each victim experiencing trouble getting their claims settled quickly, to the fullest extent possible.  We have a team ready and capable to help you get resolution so that you can move on from this terrible disaster and begin to put your lives back together. 

 

It’s unthinkable to our team that the victims of such a devastating disaster are struggling to get help from the insurance companies that promised to protect them in exactly this type of situation.  So we’re here, and we’re ready to hold those insurance companies accountable,” says Blake Maislin, founder of The Law Offices of Blake R. Maislin, LLC. 

 

If you or someone you know is a victim of the Dayton area tornadoes, and is struggling to get the financial help they deserve, please contact our offices by calling 937-444-4444, or filling out the free consultation form located here:  https://cincinnatipersonalinjurylaw.com 

 

We look forward to helping each and every one of you in this matter. 

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