Devastating Storm Hammers North and Central Texas | Daly & Black, P.C.

Devastating Storm Hammers North and Central Texas

A fast-moving storm with large hail and straight-line winds up to 85 miles per hour blew through North and Central Texas on Thursday, October 2, 2014, leaving thousands without electricity and causing collapsed roofs and walls, structure fires, downed trees, and other storm-related property loss.

If you were affected by this storm, in the coming months, your insurance company – to whom you have faithfully paid premiums and counted on to be there in the event of a loss – may delay, underpay, or deny coverage for the property losses you suffered. Although most people do not know it, it is well documented that insurance companies or corporate defendants sometimes intentionally delay, deny or underpay claims as part of their standard business model. If you find that Nationwide is not on your side, or that you are not in good hands with Allstate, or that State Farm is not there like a good neighbor, we can help.

Daly & Black, P.C. is the premier first party insurance litigation boutique in Texas. We have worked with hundreds of homeowners, business owners, condominium associations, and governmental entities to successfully resolve claims against their insurance providers. We are well versed in the typical defenses, excuses, and reasons insurance companies or corporate defendants give for delaying, denying, and underpaying these types of claims. “Your roof is too old,” or “it was not properly maintained,” or “we can fix this little part over here, and it’ll be fine,” are all among the litany of excuses you might hear, and that are used by insurers to keep their costs down.

If your insurance company delays, denies, or underpays your claim in connection with the October 2, 2014, storm, you need to read this, and contact us to help you get the coverage to which you are entitled. It does not cost you a thing, and because we don’t recover a fee unless and until you are compensated, we will be as motivated as you are in seeing the case through to successful completion.