Hurricanes cause massive damages to homes and commercial property in Texas, the Gulf Coast States, Florida, and up along the Atlantic Coast. If your home or business has been damaged or destroyed by a Hurricane, you will not only be forced to deal with the insurance company to get your property repaired or replaced, but will likely have to deal with delays due to the number of insurance claims which generally come with a hurricane. The coverage will obviously depend on your insurance policy and is also determined oftentimes by what state you live in or where you live in a particular state. Coverage may further depend on whether it is determined your damages were caused by wind or the water from the related storm surge. This one determination can mean everything in how your hurricane claim is handled by your insurance company.
If your hurricane insurance claim has been delayed, denied, or underpaid, the attorneys at Smith Kendall, PLLC, may be able help. We have assisted and represented residential and commercial property insureds with hurricane claims in several states, including in Texas and Florida. It’s difficult enough simply moving forward in your daily life after a hurricane without your insurance company adding to your troubles. If your insurance company refuses to pay what you believe you’re owed under your insurance policy, don’t fight back alone against a large insurance company and their army of attorneys and experts.
If you have experienced a catastrophic loss due to a hurricane to your home or business and your insurance company is not treating you fairly, contact the Texas hurricane damage and insurance claim lawyers of Smith Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 361-6124 to discuss your case.