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Houston Hail Storm Claim Attorneys

WYLY & COOK, PLLC WILL FIGHT FOR THE COVERAGE YOU DESERVE

On May 12, 2016, Northwest Houston and Cypress endured a serious storm system that produced high winds, lightning, rain, and dangerous hail. If you are a Houston home or business owner that ended up filing a storm damage claim that your insurance provider either underpaid or denied, then it may be time to retain an attorney to fight for the coverage you are owed.

At Wyly & Cook, PLLC, our Houston hail storm claim attorneys are well-versed in the many ways the insurance industry tries to avoid paying their policyholders. Our award-winning team knows what it takes to properly assert these kinds of claims and, if necessary, demonstrate how these companies have acted in bad faith in the courtroom.

It’s possible to fight for the relief you deserve. Contact our firm today to speak with our team.

HAIL DAMAGE & YOUR CLAIM

Often hail is small enough to be about as harmful as rain, but in other cases, it can grow in size and cause significant damage. Last May, hail larger than a golf ball was reported and, at that size, hail can be dangerous and damage both residential and commercial properties.

Common forms of hail damage include:

  • Roof damage
  • Damage to the siding of a house
  • Damage to windows
  • Damage to cars (and windshields)
  • Damage to exterior property features (porches, sheds, etc.)
  • Damage to signage (for businesses)

If your home or business suffered any of this kind of damage in this year’s hail storm and you continue to face resistance from your insurance provider, then our firm is ready to hear from you. Unlike your insurance company, your claim will be more than just a case number to our compassionate and effective team and we are prepared to diligently pursue the recognition your hail storm claim deserves.

Start by filling out our online form and requesting a free case evaluation with us.