HURRICANE HARVEY HOMEOWNER WINDSTORM CLAIMS
Our firm can help you at any stage of your claim. We can assist you in your initial evaluation with our team of licensed professionals and we can assist you in litigation if necessary. Our fees are contingent on your recovery which means we don’t get paid until settlement. Our firm screens all of our cases to make sure that we feel you could benefit from our services before we take your case.
As property owners in the Houston area ourselves, our firm understands the problems you may have experienced filing your claim with your insurance company. In many cases, the homeowner wants to have his home repaired quickly without thinking of the possible consequences of rushing through the claims process. It is important to take the time to learn what your policy coverage provides to you and to take the time to make sure your insurance company pays your fair and just compensation for all of your damages – not just the obvious damages from the insurance company’s initial and rushed inspection of your property.
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Oftentimes, you will discover damages as repairs are being performed and need the insurance adjuster to return for another inspection to supplement your damages. Usually, a bid or estimate from a contractor is not enough to prove your damages and losses to your insurance company. In some cases, the contractor you hired has caused more harm than good to your property because they were unqualified to perform the work. We urge you to take your time and to hire licensed professionals to assist you with your claims to ensure you receive fair and just compensation and avoid a lengthy lawsuit.
Possible damages may include additional living expenses, wind damage, roof damage, plumbing problems, foundation damage, window damage, wind driven water damage, loss of personal property, loss of use, fair market value, or other consequential damages.
You pay for insurance to protect you, your home and your property. After disaster storm Harvey, is your insurance company there for you? Is your insurance company looking out for your best interest or do you feel your insurance company is low-balling your insurance claim? Has your insurance agent or adjuster is mislead you or failed to apprise you of what coverage your policy provides? Were you sold a policy when another policy provided coverage for the same loss? Is your claim being wrongfully denied? Please take time to review some of the helpful information we have provided on our site.
You do not have to be a victim of insurance companies’ hardball tactics. Your insurance policy is a contract between you and the insurance company. If your insurance company breaches this contract, you have legal rights and may seek recovery in court if necessary. The Texas Insurance Code also provides that your insurance company must promptly handle and bring forth a fair and prompt settlement for your damages caused by Hurricane Harvey. Your insurance company owes a fiduciary duty to you to act in good faith and to deal fairly with you. If they breach this duty owed to you, you may seek legal recovery for the damages caused to you for their wrongful conduct.