homeowner’s insurance
What to do if your pipes freeze during a winter storm 2024 Update
Chad T. Wilson – ResourcesJanuary 15, 2024Updated: January 15, 2024 09:20 a.m.Source: https://cwilsonlaw.com What to do if your pipes freeze during a winter storm: 2024 Update Even interior pipes can freeze in subzero conditions. The likelihood of your pipes freezing and rupturing increases dramatically when the weather drops. According to the Insurance Institute for Business and...
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Why It’s Important To Take Your Time When Purchasing Property Insurance When you see a doctor, you expect that they will take their time to do their job and understand the need for your visit. When investing money in a business opportunity, you would want to review all available information to make the best decision...
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3 Reasons To Think Twice Before Accepting A Fast Settlement Offer While a fast settlement offer from an insurer might seem like a stroke of luck, you should keep in mind that the amount being offered may be well below what you are actually entitled to. Here are 3 reasons to think twice before accepting...
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Twice Denied Homeowners Insurance Claim Leads to New Roof Property damage may include damage to your home, your patio furniture, your fence, your mailbox, or any other belonging to your property. How much you may be able to recover for your property damage can be determined by proof of replacement value, repair costs, the inability...
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Any Which Way the Wind Blows in Georgia In the path of the storm was our client, a nursing home. Wind-blown debris brought on extensive roof damage along with exterior property damage to the siding, gutters, and HVAC units. This region has a history of property damage going back as far as 1845, so for the residents of the area getting...
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Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Gets Back On Track Have you had storm damage and are now struggling with a homeowner’s insurance claim? Storm damage hits Mineola, Texas, a small community in Wood County about 80 miles east of Dallas. Mineola is a railroad town and can trace its roots back as far as 1873. With a...
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Windstorm Rips Through Plano June 9th, 2019 was a rough day in North Dallas. The region experienced powerful windstorms that toppled a crane, caused extensive damage to crops, and killed a young woman in Dallas. The massive amounts of ping pong ball-sized hail caused considerable roof damage to numerous properties and left thousands without power....
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Houston Women Blamed For Damage From Storm A Houston client was forced to sue her insurance company, Allstate, because of the mismanagement of her claim and the actions of Allstate’s engineer and two of their adjusters. Allstate underpaid the claim after our client was initially told that all storm damages would be covered. Allstate then...
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Port Aransas Flattened, But Not Forgotten Hurricane Harvey Damage in Texas At least 150,000 Texas properties were affected by Hurricane Harvey damage. Damage to the island community of Port Aransas was described as “100 percent damaged”. Our client’s home was one of those properties. Some properties are still trying to recover, even 3 years later....
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Law Firm Sued Allstate Insurance, We Won. The Chad T. Wilson Law Firm sued Allstate Insurance for its role in denying our client’s insurance claim. We won. The damage done to your home is more than a financial burden; it is also physically and emotionally draining. The effort involved to secure a reasonable outcome can...
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