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Our hearts to go out to fellow Houstonians and Texans along the Gulf Coast impacted by the tragic events of Hurricane Harvey. The Corona Law Firm is actively seeking to take on these wind and flood damage claims. There are three main different types of claims that will evolve from Hurricane Harvey that we are taking on at this time.
1. Wind / Tornado Claims
Harvey brought hurricane-force winds to the Corpus Christi and Gulfport areas. Also keep in mind that during the days of Harvey’s landfall, there were hundreds of tornado events in the Houston area alone. This means even if your home or business flooded, you also may have an insurance claim with your homeowners or commercial insurance. Here at the Corona Law Firm, we are experienced insurance lawyers who can help identify potential areas of coverage that insurance adjusters ignored or did not identify. You must file a claim and your insurance company has to take a position on the claim (underpay / deny / find below deductible) before our firm can get involved.
2. Flooding – with Flood Insurance
If your home or business flooded and you have flood insurance, count yourself lucky. The estimates of people who flooded who do not have flood insurance have ranged from 50 – 80 percent. You must file a claim and FEMA has to take a position on the claim (underpay / deny / find below deductible) before our firm can get involved.
3. Flooding – Downstream of Addicks or Barker Reservoirs; without Flood Insurance
If your home or business did not flood until the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers released water from the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs, we want to talk to you.
If any one of the three above scenarios applies to your home or business, please give us a call today to discuss your situation.