COYLE,Okla. - A call to pay up, that's what some Oklahomans want to happen after they said their homes were damaged by earthquakes.
Attorneys are looking for people in Coyle, Stillwater and Guthrie to join what may become a class action lawsuit.
"This is the worst area right here," said Brad Wilson, head of Saint Francis of the Woods.
Cracks everywhere - what many Oklahoman's have learned to live with.
"Even the sheet rock is splitting," Wilson said, showing us around his home.
And, with every quake, some people say the cracks get bigger and bigger.
"Where the wall is joined together in this corner, it shifted this way so the sheet rock no longer lines up," Wilson said.
Shifts in lives a team of lawyers want to help straighten.
"That's what we do best as Oklahomans: in times of trouble like this, we try to help each other," said Mark Wilson, an Oklahoma City attorney.
There's no legal plan yet, but they're ready to move that way.
You'll remember early this summer the supreme court cleared the way for homeowners to sue oil companies for property damage, two prague women fighting for oil giants to take responsibility.
"Really, right now, we're just trying to figure out what's going on with the earthquakes and, if damage is being caused, who's responsible for it?" Wilson said. "If people have taken out earthquake insurance or if they've been denied a claim because they thought they had earthquake insurance, have those claims been filed right, denied properly or improperly?"
The beginning of a long journey some Oklahomans are ready to begin.
"This building would be irreplaceable," Wilson said.
There is a meeting planned for Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Saint Francis of the Woods to answer questions about earthquake damages and insurance policies.