Hail Damage

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Hail Damage Claims in Texas


Hailstorms can result in severe property damage to homes, cars, aircraft, and businesses. Hail is a form of precipitation that occurs when updrafts in thunderstorms carry raindrops upward into extremely cold areas of the atmosphere where they freeze into balls of ice. Hail can vary from very small pea sized particles to golf ball or even grapefruit size stones. Hailstones that are ¾ of an inch or larger can cause significant property damage. Heavy rains and wind usually accompany hailstorms and can result in further damages and losses.

Insurance should cover the costs of repairing or replacing hail damage property, but insurers sometimes attempt to avoid paying out all or part of policyholders’ claims. If you are having difficulty obtaining rightful compensation for your losses, do not hesitate to hire a Houston insurance claim attorney from our team.

Wyly & Cook, PLLC is experienced in all aspects of homeowners insurance claims and commercial property claims. We understand the difficulties people experience as a result of property damage to their homes and commercial properties, and we fight for maximum compensation. If your insurance company is acting in bad faith, it is important to seek guidance from an experienced hail insurance claims attorney.

Feel free to call Wyly & Cook, PLLC at 713-236-8330 or fill out the contact form on this page for a free initial consultation. 


Hailstones form in certain weather conditions where there are thunderstorm clouds, strong upward air currents, large water droplets and below freezing temperatures in a significant portion of the clouds.  Hailstones grow by colliding with super cooled water drops. Super cooled water will freeze on contact with ice crystals, frozen raindrops, dust or some other nuclei. Thunderstorms that have a strong updraft keep lifting the hail up to the top of the cloud where they encounter more super cooled water and continue to grow. The hail falls when the thunderstorm’s updraft can no longer support the weight of the ice or the updraft weakens. The stronger the updraft the larger the hail can grow.

Property damage from hailstorms can include roof damage, exterior structure damage to walls and interior water damage caused by hail or wind created openings in the roof or exterior structures of homes or businesses.  If your property was damaged, you should take pictures or video of the hail as well as your damaged property so you will have evidence when submitting an insurance claim. Attorney representation can make a tremendous difference in the success of your claim with your insurance company.  Attorney representation can result in obtaining more compensation in a faster manner so that you can repair or replace hail and rain damaged property.


The insurance claims process can be confusing and complicated, and your insurer may not act in your best interest. Your insurance company may try to settle quickly and for a smaller amount than you are owed. They may cancel your policy for no good reason or withhold applicable coverage from your commercial or residential policy.

We can protect your rights and help ensure you are not taken advantage of by your insurer. Our firm is dedicated to helping clients in Texas obtain fair compensation for losses to their homes or commercial properties caused by hail damage.

If your property received hail damage, let us help you with your insurance claims needs. Contact a Houston insurance claim lawyer from Wyly & Cook, PLLC at 713-236-8330 or fill out the contact form on this page for a free initial consultation.