Denied Insurance Claims
Often times, insurance adjusters improperly deny claims that should be covered. By doing this, the insurance company is breaching contract of insurance it has and sometimes is operating in bad faith as defined by Texas law. Furthermore, insurance companies are required to promptly pay claims or they are in violation of the Texas prompt pay laws. If you find yourself in a situation where your insurance company is refusing to pay, you must contact a lawyer immediately so they apprise you of your rights as outlined in your insurance contract and as provided by Texas law.
Underpaid Insurance Claims
Many policy holders have no idea their insurance claims is being underpaid. Contrary to Texas law, many insurance adjusters conveniently interpret policy provisions in the favor on the insurance company. Texas law requires insurance companies and adjusters to fairly adjust a claim. We help policy holders who have been underpaid by their insurance company.
Hail Damage Claims
Hail stones cause damage to many building surfaces. The most common surface damaged by hail is a structure’s roof. Hail related roof damage is not always obvious to the average person or property owner, but is always obvious to an insurance professional. They are trained to look for hail damage.
Wind Damage Claims
Wind can cause damage to your roof, as well as the exterior of your home. Wind damage to shingles can sometimes be obvious in the form of torn, creased and missing shingles. More often than not, wind causes damage to shingles that cannot be seen with merely a quick look from the ground or a ten minute inspection by an adjuster. The correct way to assess damages to shingles affected by wind is a methodical investigation
For many women, what began as a “routine surgery” to treat incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse has turned into a living nightmare. Patients have suffered numerous and serious complications from TVM. If you have suffered severe complications, such as organ failure, painful intercourse, increased incontinence, or infection, that you believe resulted from TVM, you should contact our office TODAY.