Aggressive Hail Damage Claims Litigation For Policyholders Throughout Texas
Hail storms in Texas are the most subjective of any type of property damage loss. The damage to house and building roofs may not become a problem for more than a year after the storm – and insurance companies know it. Following a hail storm, it is not unusual for an insurance adjuster to deny or minimize a claim, citing no visible damage.
Only a building professional can determine whether your house or commercial building suffered hail damage. Call out a certified inspection specialist and get a legitimate report on the damage your roof or siding has sustained. If your property insurance carrier has denied or undervalued your claim – call Barton Law Firm, in Houston. We are a team of insurance litigation attorneys with a strong record of helping Texas homeowners and commercial property policyholders recover the full monetary damages they are entitled to after a hail storm. From our offices in Houston, our lawyers aggressively protect the rights of insurance policyholders throughout the state.
We Will Tell You What The Insurance Company Doesn’t Want You To Know
Insurance companies know that most policyholders don’t understand the full extent of damage a hailstorm can cause. Before you call your insurance carrier, call us. We offer a free consultation to explain what actions you should take to make sure the insurance adjuster treats you fairly.
Daniel P. Barton is the owner and lead trial lawyer of the Barton Law Firm in Houston, Texas. For nearly 20 years, Mr. Barton has tried insurance litigation cases nationally and throughout Texas. His professional experience includes work as an insurance adjuster, where he learned the strategies insurance companies use when denying or minimizing a hail storm claim.
Contact An Experienced Texas Attorney For Roof Replacement Insurance Claims
Call us toll free from anywhere in Texas at 800-800-1505 or use our convenient email form to arrange a free consultation with one of our insurance litigation attorneys today.