Hail storms are all too common in Texas, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage to cars, homes and other personal property each year.
In 2015 alone, hail storms caused $586 million in property damage, as The Lone Star State led the nation… Read More
If you were injured in a car accident, you should report it to your insurance company as soon as possible.
Your insurer will assign an insurance adjuster to your claim. This person will ask you for information on all parties involved, the damaged property… Read More
Insurance companies are supposed to act in good faith, including negotiating, investigating and settling claims as part of the “implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.” This means that the insured and insurer establish a contract that entails… Read More
Vehicle hail damage has resulted in hefty payouts. From 2008 to 2014, insurers paid an estimated $7.26 billion in vehicle hail damage claims across the United States.
An analysis of U.S. hail claims by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) during that… Read More
The hailstorm which ripped through Wylie on April 11th damaged nearly 80 percent of homes in the area, leaving approximately 12,000 homes in need of repairs.
Hail as big as softballs fell from the sky, crashing through windows and even roofs, leading… Read More
Communities throughout Texas have been pounded by catastrophic weather over the last month. Large hail followed by immense flooding has left thousands with devastating damage to their homes, vehicles and property.
Damage from hail storms… Read More
The Insurance Council of Texas, an industry trade group, estimates the damage from last Friday’s severe hailstorm will reach $600 million in auto and property damage claims. If those numbers prove to be correct, Friday’s storm would be the 12th most expensive… Read More