Flooded homes in Van Zandt County examined by FEMA
Posted on Tuesday, January 12th, 2016 at 8:56 pm
After a severe storm struck East Texas, personnel from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) were recently in Van Zandt County to examine houses that were damaged by the flood. On January 6, FEMA officials inspected every home affected by heavy rainfall from December 26 to December 27.
County Fire marshal Chuck Allen told reporters that some residents whose homes were flooded had to stay in hotels or with friends. In Van Zandt County alone, authorities confirmed that there were as many as twenty houses affected by flooding. After the initial FEMA survey, affected residents are hoping for some kind of aid from the federal government.
The legal team of Smith Kendall, PLLC in Dallas understands that homeowners who are covered by an insurance policy should not have to wait a long time or fight for their benefits after a storm damages their property. That’s why we represent victims who are struggling to recover the money they deserve from unscrupulous insurance companies. Call our office today at (214) 361-6124 to find out how we may help you fight insurance companies acting in bad faith.