Hotel Motel Claims

Hotel Motel Claims 2017-09-10T17:09:49+00:00

Hotel & Motel Commercial Property Damage Claims


Hotel and motel owners have numerous obligations when it comes to the maintenance and functionality of their rooms. Property damage that causes rooms to be unusable can be both extremely expensive to fix and a major loss of business income. Many hotel and motel owners will be suffering losses as a result of the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.  It is crucial for these businesses to receive timely and proper compensation from their insurance companies so that they can get their operations up and running as quickly as possible.

At Wyly & Cook, PLLC, our experienced team of Houston commercial property claims lawyers have the experience, skill, and dedication necessary to fight the insurance company when it delays and/or underpays valid hotel and motel insurance claims.  Insurance companies can be held liable for undue delays or underpayments of valid insurance claims under the Texas Insurance Code, the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (“DTPA”) and Texas common law. Damages include policy benefits, statutory interest penalties, additional damages (also known as treble damages), attorney fees and court costs.

We have helped hotel and motel owners obtain the compensation they need to repair property damage and get their business functioning at full capacity as quickly as possible.

Call Wyly & Cook, PLLC today at 713-236-8330 or fill out the contact form on this web page for a free initial consultation!


Insurance companies offer many excuses for not timely paying insurance claims. At Wyly & Cook, PLLC, we are familiar with these excuses, and we know how to combat your insurance company when they refuse to pay the full value of your insurance claim.

We can help with any kind of commercial insurance claim your hotel or motel files, including:

  • Hurricane Harvey damage
  • Windstorm damage
  • Fire & smoke damage
  • Hail damage
  • Flood damage
  • Falling-object damage
  • Theft and vandalism damage
  • Business Interruption coverage.

Insurance companies sell policies to protect property owners when disaster strikes, but in many cases these companies refuse to honor their promises by refusing to pay what they owe in a timely manner. When you are faced with an insurance company acting in bad faith, reach out to a legal team with years of experience handling complex commercial insurance cases.

Contact Wyly & Cook, PLLC today at 713-236-8330 for a free consultation and let us help you get the financial compensation your business deserves.