Don't get left in the rain
Storm events are a common occurrence in Texas, and according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Texas is prone to severe storm events. A single storm event can produce a combination of strong winds, hail, and flooding. Therefore, storm damages are often widespread and costly. For example, an intense supercell storm producing large hail and strong winds traversed North Texas in April 2016. NOAA reported that in one city alone, the storm damaged 80% of homes and caused $300 million worth of damage.
Strong winds, hail, and flooding can cause catastrophic damages to your home or business. Frequently, insurance companies deny or underpay storm damage claims on the basis that the damages resulted from causes unrelated to a storm event, even when the damages did not exist before the storm. Dealing with insurance companies and their adjusters to secure coverage for your storm damages can be daunting. Let our experienced attorneys fight for you.