Month: September 2016

  • September
    29 2016

    STATE FARM DENIES FORT WORTH HAIL CLAIM BASED ON INCOMPLETE INVESTIGATION

    A Fort Worth client had his home battered three times by hail storms in a two-week span.  When he submitted the claim to State Farm, the insurance adjuster quickly inspected the house and only took a few photographs of the damage.  A few weeks later, State Farm alleged there was no evidence of wind or […]

  • September
    27 2016

    SAN ANTONIO HAIL CLAIM DELAYED DUE TO INEXPERIENCED ADJUSTERS

    The 2016 San Antonio hail storm caused an unprecedented amount of damage to homes, businesses, and vehicles.  The massive amount of damage led to a plethora of claims.  Insurance companies did not have the staff to handle the surge in claims, so many of them hired inexperienced adjusters.  Additionally, insurance companies hire inexperienced adjusters because […]

  • September
    26 2016

    Three Thousand Insurance Claims For Hail Damage Expected in Madison, Wisconsin

    On September 19, 2016 Madison, Wisconsin experienced a storm that produced hail up to two inches in diameter over a thirty-minute period.  American Family Insurance, a company based in Wisconsin, believes it could be looking at up to three thousand insurance claims for hail damages in Madison, Wisconsin.  AAA Wisconsin, Allstate, State Farm, and Progressive […]

  • September
    22 2016

    TOP TEN INSURANCE SCAMS IN TEXAS

    Insurance companies are for profit institutions and have a financial incentive to underpay and deny insurance claims.  On the one hand, they are contractually and legally obligated to properly evaluate and pay each claim within specified deadlines.  On the other hand, not every underpaid or wrongfully denied claim will be disputed and insurance companies will […]

  • September
    20 2016

    INSURANCE COMPANY DEEMS SHATTERED WINDOWS AND DAMAGED DECK “INSIGNIFICANT”

    The San Antonio hail storms of 2016 were unprecedented in devastation.  For one of our clients, the hail storm shattered the windows on her home and caused severe damage to her deck and siding of her house.  When she submitted a claim to her homeowner’s insurance, her insurance company deemed the damage insignificant and offered […]