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Each year, thousands of homes and business are damaged or destroyed by high winds, heavy rains, large hail and powerful tornadoes. Unfortunately, many storm survivors get victimized again during the recovery process – this time, by insurance companies that deny, delay or underpay their property insurance claims.
McDonald Law Firm understands insurance disputes and we know how to recognize insurance bad faith. We won’t hesitate to take your insurance company to task for denying or low-balling valid storm insurance claims. Call 877-568-8304 today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your storm damage claim.
See a few of our past storm damage settlements above. Many other settlements are confidential between the parties involved and cannot be revealed.
Insurance companies have a duty to conduct business honestly, fairly and in good faith. Simply put, the insurance company can’t look for ways to cut corners or cheat you out of full and just compensation for the losses covered under your insurance policy.
If you believe your insurance company is dishonest or has acted unfairly concerning your storm damage claim, it’s imperative that you contact McDonald Law Firm as soon as possible. We have exceptional knowledge and experience in the field of disaster relief insurance and a proven record of success. We will hold your insurance company accountable and fight to obtain the settlement to which you are entitled. We can help you put your life back together.
Bad faith conduct can take many forms, including:
Our insurance bad faith litigation team will review the language of your insurance policy, assess the damage to your home or business and evaluate the reason for your insurance company’s decision. After a thorough investigation, we may give the insurance company the opportunity to straighten out the situation by requesting a fair settlement offer.
Many times, insurance companies will choose to quickly settle rather than battle experienced, knowledgeable insurance attorneys. The insurance company is also more likely to respond to an attorney, rather than to you alone.
Generally speaking, if we cannot reach a fair resolution, we will move forward with trial. If you win, the insurance company will have to pay your actual damages within your policy limits, and quite possibly punitive damages for your hardship and their unscrupulous practices.
The document detailing the terms and conditions of your insurance contract.
The page that outlines the “who, what, where and when” of your insurance policy.
Letters, emails or handwritten notes between you and your insurance company.
Any approximations of cost you’ve received to repair or replace damaged property.
We know first-hand the kind of devastation caused by tornadoes. In 2000, Dan McDonald’s law firm was badly damaged by a powerful twister that ripped through downtown Fort Worth. Not only did it uproot business, but it disrupted lives.
Since that time, we have helped countless other storm victims get back on their feet and back into their homes and businesses. Most recently, we represented victims of destructive Hurricane Sandy, the second-costliest hurricane in US history. We take pride in helping our clients stand up to big insurance companies with deep pockets.
Securing our services will not cost you anything out of pocket. We work on contingency, which means there are no legal fees unless we successfully resolve your case through settlement, mediation or a trial.
You’ve suffered enough. Don’t settle for less than you are owed. Give us a call and we’ll get to work on your storm damage claim. We are only on one side – yours.
Tornado damage, Bank One Tower, March 28, 2000.