Flood Damage Claims
Hire a Dedicated Houston Insurance Bad Faith Lawyer
Whether it is due to a massive storm or a broken pipe, a flood can cause
extensive destruction to a person’s home, costing thousands of dollars
to be fixed. Unexpected floods can be devastating to homeowners, especially
when they hear from their insurance company that they are not covered
for their damages. At Dick Law Firm, our Houston
insurance bad faith attorneys can help you pursue the compensation you deserve from your insurance company.
If your home has been destroyed by a flood, our firm is ready to fight
to ensure that your insurance company lives up to their word. Throughout
our firm’s existence, we have helped thousands of people sue their
insurance companies for their dishonesty and we are eager to help protect
your rights in a court of law.
Get the representation you deserve by calling (844) HIRE-A-DICK today.
Filing a Claim After a Flood
To improve your chances of success, it is highly important that you take
photos of all damage that was inflicted as a result of flooding. Water
can get nearly anywhere in the event of a flood, so being thorough is crucial.
Take detailed photographs of all water damage, including:
By collecting comprehensive evidence, you can strengthen your claim and
increase your chances of reaching a desirable outcome. Our firm will stand
by your side and walk you through the process of filing a claim. Our aim
is to help reduce your worries and handle the legal heavy-lifting.
Hold Your Insurance Company Accountable – Contact Us Today!
Insurance companies are notorious for jacking up their rates at the expense
of their policy holders, yet it is ironic that they can seem to disappear
when you need them most. Do not let them get away with short changing
you. At Dick Law Firm, our Houston insurance lawyers can give you the
powerful representation you need to maximize your chances of recovering
a fair settlement for your claim.
Request a free case evaluation
today to get started towards retaining results-driven counsel.