Florida property owners sue appraisers

Posted on July 9th, 2010 No Comments

Residents in Northwest Florida that are in direct line of the oil spill are suing property appraisers in three counties because they are curious about whether their property values will suffer.

The property appraisers feel that this suit is ridiculous because they are claiming it is far too soon to assess the damage from the spill because there is not enough data. Property owners are concerned with the fact that their property taxes could rise and they want to be aware of any changes as soon as possible.

The suit was filed by two married couples and two individuals. A team was appointed by the governor to assess the damage that the oil spill has had on property values and state and local revenue, but it has been said that this data will be available for months.

If you or a loved one has had property damaged in the oil spill, contact the Gulf oil spill property damage attorneys of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 to discuss your legal options.

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