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Dick Law Firm, PLLC Plumbing Leaks



As a homeowner, you are responsible for a great deal of your home’s maintenance and care. There is, however, one aspect of your home that is considerably more difficult to regulate than anything else: plumbing and pipes. Due to the concealed location of your plumbing and the general complications involved with maintaining it, you should not be expected to know exactly what is going on with your house’s pipework at all times.

When disaster strikes and a plumbing leak causes major water damage to your home, you would presume that your insurance provider would have your back and help you pay for recoveries. After all, that is their purpose and you are probably not an expert plumber. What can you do when they deny your claim?


At Dick Law Firm, PLLC, our Houston insurance bad faith attorney – Mr. Eric Dick – has been helping people just like you, in situations just like yours, find restitution after their insurance providers have handed them a short bill. Even though your case will not surprise our legal team, it will not be treated as anything other than unique. We pride ourselves in paying close attention to every claim that comes our way and using creative, individually-crafted strategies to find optimal solutions on behalf of our clients.

Why work with us? Consider Attorney Dick’s accolades and accomplishments:

  • 100% focus on insurance law
  • “Excellent” Avvo rating
  • Extensive list of appreciative testimonials


A plumbing leak is a fast way to ruin your property and rack up expensive repair costs. If you live in a two-story household and a leak springs upstairs, the problems will be even more widespread as the water drips down and soaks into the structure below. In cases regarding duplexes or adjacent townhomes, the leak on your property could ultimately destroy the property of your neighbors.

With our help you seek coverage from your insurance provider that helps pay for:

  • Structural damage (water soaked into wood)
  • Mold and mildew repair
  • Rusted pipework and fixtures
  • Ruined furniture
  • Fried electronics or internalized wiring

The bottom line is this: if you have insurance that covers water damaged derived from leaking pipes, you should be given that coverage without a hassle. Too many times our Houston homeowner’s insurance lawyer has seen large insurance companies try to save a buck on their end by shorting you thousands. If this is what is happening to you, we should be the legal representation for you.

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