Free Legal Advice Offered to Missouri Storm Victims
By: Amy Jacquin
He's concerned many victims already accepted insurance checks, and begun to rebuild. He's afraid they'll come up short when it comes time to getting all the work done.
Attorney Dick Steele agrees. He says many of the victims are not thinking about getting scammed in their time of need. "You always want to now who your general contractor is," Steele says. "See who those subs running around here. Who is that electrician, who's that plummer? Who's that delivering shingles? And get waivers from those people before you pay the contractor." Also, get any guarantees in writing.