First-Party Property law, often simply referred to as “property” law, involves a residential homeowner or commercial landowner suing their own insurance company alleging failure to pay an insurance claim. These claims often arise out of damage to a residential home or commercial property due to risks such as water loss, windstorm, burst pipes, or roofing damage. The attorneys at Adams | Coogler have significant experience in interpreting insurance policies, coverage disputes, and representing our clients from inception of the claim through trial. The landscape of this litigation has changed significantly in recent years and continues to evolve today. The legislature has turned its attention to this litigation seeking to protect insurance companies from what has been deemed on ongoing insurance crisis in this state. Our attorneys stay up to date on the constantly changing laws, enabling us to provide our clients with the best advice and representation.