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Storms cause billions of dollars of damage every year, and you need to fight for the financial compensation you need on your storm damage claim. To speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your legal options, contact the Dallas commercial storm claims lawyers of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, today at (713) 999-5085 to schedule your consultation.
The attorneys at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC have represented homeowners and commercial property owners for more than 20 years. We offer a free review of your policy and claim and are happy to discuss the issues related to any storm damage your property has suffered. If you would like our attorneys to review your insurance policy at no cost and with no obligation, please call Grisham & Kendall, PLLC at (214) 308-2027 to schedule a call or contact us using the form.
Parts of Texas are battered annually by severe storms, especially between the months of April and July. Thunderstorms and other severe weather events such as tornadoes can be extremely devastating to homes and businesses, causing billions of dollars in damage every year. If you have insurance to cover storm damage and your insurance company is acting in bad faith, you may be without the financial compensation you need to get back to normal when your home or business has been damaged by storms.
As a policyholder, you trust that your insurance company will, at the very least, abide by the terms of your policy. When greed or other factors cause them to do otherwise, it is important that they are held accountable so that you can obtain the resources that you need. Contact the Dallas and Houston storm claims attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, at (214) 308-2027 to discuss your case with a compassionate and committed lawyer.
While adverse weather situations can arise any time during the year, commercial property is especially susceptible to severe storm damage between the months of April and July all across Texas. From tornadoes to thunderstorms with high winds and hail, your property may be at risk of damage caused by these powerful storms. However, insurance can help protect you. Frustratingly, though, if your insurance company fails to pay rightful damages, you may have to fight back with a lawsuit.
After a storm, contact your insurance company about any damage. The insurance company will send an adjuster to inspect the damage, typically the roof and exterior of your home. The adjuster will then catalogue the damage and submit it to the insurance company for evaluation. The insurance company will then get back to you detailing what and how they will pay you, which will depend on your homeowners policy.
Yes, all homeowners policies cover some storm damage, including fallen and broken trees, lightning and power surges, wind damage, hail damage, and water and ice damage.
Homeowners insurance policies typically cover storm damage such as:
Homeowner’s policies usually cover financial loss caused by storm damage. Sometimes, just rain, hail, or snow constitutes a storm. Any bad weather could potentially damage property.
Storm damage is typically covered by your home insurance, provided your insurer is satisfied you’ve maintained your home to a reasonable standard.
Yes, your homeowners insurance should cover any necessary roof repairs or replacement after storm damage. However, they will need to be satisfied that the roof was in good condition prior to the storm and was properly installed.
When a severe storm blows through, it can bring with it heavy rain, flooding, high winds, lightning, hail, and even tornadoes. All of these have the potential to cause significant damage to homes and commercial buildings. The costs of repairs to commercial buildings in particular are likely to be substantial due to the high concentration of glass used in these structures. Without the full and timely payment of insurance benefits, rebuilding and repairing can be prohibitively expensive.
If your commercial building was damaged in a heavy storm and your insurance company has balked on their commitment to cover your claim, you may need the help of an experienced attorney to get the payment to which you are entitled. The Dallas insurance attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, can help you to ensure that your rights and interests are protected. Contact us at (214) 308-2027 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.
The damage that storms can inflict on buildings will vary depending on the type and severity of the storm. The following are some of the potential kinds of damage that different storms can cause:
Without the help of a reliable insurance company, paying for these damages can be difficult and most likely impossible, especially in the event of severe damage from a tornado.
Severe F-5 tornadoes can produce high winds reaching speeds between 200 and 300 miles per hour. These high powered storms can level a house, leaving a family with nothing but a pile of rubble. Our team of legal professionals is prepared to assist clients with variety of storm damage cases.
Severe thunderstorms, floods, or tornadoes can be very damaging to residential and commercial property alike. If you are paying monthly premiums on property insurance coverage, you should expect for your insurance company to hold up their end of the deal. We will fight to get you the financial compensation if your home or business has been damaged by:
These powerful storms can destroy your windows, roof, and even rip away portions of your commercial building. If you have insurance coverage, it is imperative that they help you repair these damages as soon as possible. Should they fail in this duty to you, you can fight back.
If you have been paying monthly premiums to protect your finances in the event of storm damage, insurance companies must meet their obligations to you.
The Dallas storm damage attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, believe that if you sustain storm damage to your commercial building, your insurance company has a duty to pay for the costs outlined in your policy. If your insurance company has failed to stand by their agreements, we can help you hold them accountable and get the payment you deserve. To speak with a skilled attorney, contact us by calling (214) 308-2027.