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At The Morgan Law Group P.A., our Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Puerto Rico insurance claims attorneys know that homeowner’s insurance providers will search for any reason to deny a claim.

That includes those caused by water damage that should be covered by your policy.

When a kitchen leak leads to a catastrophe, we can help you hold your insurance company liable for the coverage that is outlined in your policy.

Common Causes of Kitchen Leaks in Homes Across the Country

If you are experiencing a leak in the kitchen, there are several potential causes that may lead to significant water damage if they are not fixed right away.

Some of the most common causes of kitchen leaks in the U.S. include:

  • Drains that are not properly sealed with tightened bolts or plumber’s putty
  • Faucets with failed washers or worn-out gaskets
  • Loose water supply connection
  • Clogged pipes
  • Damaged O-rings, washers, or other plumbing components
  • Corroded valves
  • Excessive water pressure
  • Loose faucet or bad faucet-to-sink seal
  • Damaged or improperly installed garbage disposals
  • Refrigerator water line leaks

If you spot water damage under or around your sink, or anywhere in the kitchen where there is a water source, it is important to locate the cause of the leak before it causes substantial damage.

In some cases, it may be impossible to identify that a kitchen leak was occurring at all, because it occurred behind a wall or in an unseen environment, If that has happened to your home, and you have filed a homeowner’s insurance claim only to receive resistance from your representative, we can help.

Contact The Morgan Law Group Today To Schedule a Free Consultation

At The Morgan Law Group, our insurance claims attorneys believe that if you pay for insurance coverage, it should be there when you need it – including after a kitchen leak damages your home.

If the insurance company delays, undervalues or denies your claim, contact our experienced insurance claims attorneys in Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Puerto Rico at (844) 818-0774 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you pursue the outcome you deserve from your insurance policy.