1661 Worcester Road, Suite 204, Framingham, MA 01701 • Phone: 508-232-6267
1661 Worcester Road, Suite 204, Framingham, MA 01701
As part of our arson investigation services, we work with insurance professionals to determine loss facts, locate proof-of-loss documents, and perform title and bankruptcy searches, as well as obtain public information documents such as police and fire reports - while investigating the claim and preparing for potential litigation. Parenteau & O'Hara, P.C. attorneys are always ready to visit the scene of a fire and assess an insurer's obligation(s) with regard to coverage, coverage exclusions, and an insured's rights and duties after a fire.
Working closely with origin and cause experts, and gaining valuable insight from the scene, our attorneys are able to develop a trial strategy from the first notice of loss. By being part of the investigative team from the beginning of the claims investigation, our attorneys develop discovery in the form of interrogatories, production of documents, and depositions which will support the overall litigation strategy.
Additionally, as part of the investigation team, we are able to work with fire investigation experts and forensic accountants to detect and deter fraudulent claims, collect evidence to avoid spoliation, and ensure as much information as possible is gathered from the scene. By assisting our clients with the investigation, Parenteau & O'Hara, P.C. attorneys help to ensure it is done properly in order to avoid issues from arising.
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