Buildings damaged by tornado in Texas

Several homes and buildings in Montgomery County were recently damaged by a massive tornado, an article of ABC 7 reported on December 13.

Though no one suffered injuries as a result of the tornado which struck the area on December 12, some buildings, utility posts, trees, and recreational vehicles were damaged. Deputies of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said a power company is already working on the power lines that fell on the roadway.

Residents of Shepherd Hill Road were shaken by the experience, but ultimately grateful that no one was injured in the storm. The people of Montgomery County have been working to clean debris from around their homes in order to better assess the damage.

If your home has been damaged by an act of nature, it is important that you follow certain steps to document the damage and contact your insurance provider right away so as to ensure that your financial assistance will be fair and timely. Unfortunately, many victims of unpreventable damage have to deal with difficult insurance agencies that work hard to get out of paying their clients a fair amount. If you are struggling to deal with your insurance agency after a storm, call the attorneys of Smith Kendall, PLLC today at (214) 361-6124 to learn how we can help you.