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What You Can Expect After You File a Property Damage Insurance Claim

Texas law sets deadlines for insurance companies to act after you’ve filed a property damage insurance claim. The Property Insurance Company Must:

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What to Do when The Insurance Company Stops Responding

If it’s taking a long time for your insurance claim adjuster to respond to your insurance claim questions, chances are you may be on your way to having your property insurance claim denied. Texas law provides deadlines for when your insurance company must accept or deny your claim.

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What to Do After Having Hurricane Damage?

From the outset, it is important to understand that every case of damage from a hurricane has its unique circumstances that must be assessed individually. Assuming you have an insurance policy, your rights and responsibilities with respect to coverage should be specified in your policy.

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What Does My Homeowner's Property Insurance Policy Cover?

Insurance policies vary, however, so it is important that you hire an attorney that knows the differences between coverages and when each should apply. The attorneys at Forrest Law are familiar with understanding policy coverages.

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What Should Someone Do that Suspects Insurance Claim Adjustment Discrimination?

In addition to being paid less than other homeowner counterparts, Black and other minority homeowners routinely receive increased scrutiny for filing a homeowner's insurance claim. Many studies and investigations have revealed there is still much racial bias in the claims adjustment process.

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What Can I Expect from My Insurer After Having Fire Damage?

For many of us, a home or business premises is one of our most valuable assets. Getting your home or business location may have required multiple years of planning and saving.

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Were You Involved in An Auto Accident? You May Be Able to Get Compensation For...

Even when car accidents occur at low speed, they can result in traumatic injuries and damage. Whiplash alone can leave a person debilitated for numerous weeks, if not longer.

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Were You Hit by A Commercial Vehicle?

Generally speaking, the company of the driver responsible will be liable for the actions of their employees, so long as the employee is acting as an "agent" for the company at the time in the course and scope of employment. In certain cases, both the driver and company may be held accountable if they were driving while texting, distracted behind the wheel, or negligent in any way.

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Types of Wrongful Death Damages

Fatal accidents can result in a number of different damages aside from the death of an innocent victim. As a surviving family member, you may have to pay for a funeral costs and may also suffer from loss of income.

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Why Some Lawyers Choose to Sue Insurance Companies Instead of Settling

Can you sue your insurance company? The answer is a resounding Yes!

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