In a fight with your insurance company and feel like it is David versus Goliath? Insurance policies are all too often complicated and hard to understand. Insurance companies know this and they know most people are not knowledgeable enough to argue about their coverage. Unless you are an experienced insurance trial lawyer, engineer, and property damage contractor rolled together, you will probably not be able to hold your insurance company accountable. We can help.
Fortunately, we understand your rights and we have tremendous amounts of experience holding insurance companies accountable to their customers. We have aggressively fought giant insurance companies on behalf of thousands of individuals, churches, and small businesses. And we have won.
Whether you have a claim relating to fire, tornado, hail, or hurricane damage we can bring the value of the expertise we have gained from this experience to bear for you. Let us fight aggressively on your behalf to get you all the money you deserve.
Contact us today for a free confidential case review or call us at 1-956-630-0003.
We will aggressively fight to get you all the money you deserve. And remember, we generally work on a “contingent fee basis” which means no fees or cost to you unless we successfully resolve your case.
We can fight for you against insurance companies that know many of their customers lack the knowledge and experience to fight them.
Insurance companies are notorious for overlooking and undervaluing:
- Structural damage
- Roof damage
- Plumbing and electrical damage
- Wind and fire damage
- Water damage
- Total replacement damage versus patched-up repairs
…and much more.
The law protects you
As an insured in Texas, you have a contract with your insurance company under your insurance policy. As a result of this contract, you are owed a fiduciary duty by your insurance company, which requires the insurance company to act in good faith in handling your claim. Your insurance company also has certain duties under the Texas Insurance Code to properly handle and timely pay your claim. If your insurance claim has been denied, underpaid, or wrongfully handled, you may have certain causes of action against your insurance company. We routinely represent thousands of folks like you in cases involving breach of their insurance contract, violations of the Texas Insurance Code, and breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing an insured is owed by the insurance company according to the policy.