We’ve all heard the old adage “April showers bring May flowers”
time and time again. The former half of this saying has certainly been
the case in 2016, with heavy thunderstorms and showers hitting the greater
Houston area throughout the month of April and expected to continue throughout
part of May. While the “May flowers” are yet to be seen, this
inclement weather has definitely left its own share of parting gifts in
the form widespread
flood damage. As of Monday, April 18th, flash flood warnings have been issued nine counties and have resulted
in the thousands of homes being evacuated, with Houston city officials
stating this is the most significant flood event in Texas since Tropical
Storm Allison in 2001.
Has Your Flood Insurance Claim Been Denied?
While many homeowners with flood insurance policies will rightfully turn
to their insurance companies for financial assistance, insurance providers
may sometimes prove to be less-than-willing to fulfill their end of the
bargain. Despite their friendly outward appearances, insurance companies
are still businesses whose primary goal is to make money and please their
shareholders. To protect company profits, insurance adjusters may sometimes
employ unethical tactics to deny or limit a policyholder’s claim.
If you have found yourself stonewalled by an uncooperative insurance company
over your entitled flood coverage, you may be have grounds to take legal
action against your insurance provider in pursuit of your deserved compensation.
Through a detailed examination of your insurance policy and the extent
of the damage to your home, a skilled attorney can help you file a claim
with your insurance company and demand full and fair compensation on your behalf.
Call 833-7RIGHTS Today
At Dick Law Firm, our Houston flood insurance attorney has helped thousands
of people assert their rights as paying policyholders and can advocate
for maximum compensation on your behalf.
Do not let a dishonest insurance company get away with cheating you –
contact us today to get started towards filing a claim.