Have You Been Affected By Hurricane Laura?

Residential & Commercial Hurricane Claims Experts

The Hadi Law Firm

This year has been riddled with challenges and uncertainties for everyone, and to top it off, the residents of Louisiana and Texas have to face the devastation of a category 4 hurricane. Hurricane Laura made landfall near the Texas/Louisiana border as a Category 4 hurricane with a sustained wind speed of more than 130 MPH. Countless homes and businesses have been destroyed as a result of the severe wind and flooding, and their owners have been left to deal with the ruins.

If your property has been affected as a result of Hurricane Laura, it is important to know your rights, and the steps to take, to make you whole again. Don’t let the insurance companies take advantage of your situation. Contact us today.

“Justice not defended is justice not served.”

Pay Nothing, Unless We Get Results.

Don’t Let Insurance Companies Take Advantage of You.

As neighboring Texans, our hearts and minds were right there with you when the hurricane hit. We know how much damage this hurricane has caused and have experienced similar devastation from previous hurricanes. Members of our law firm lost valuable possessions and suffered irreparable damage to their property and homes. Using our expertise, we were able to get our team the best help possible and we are all starting to rebuild.

Many businesses, homes, cars, condos, apartments, and other entities in Texas and Louisiana cars have been affected by Hurricane Laura and their owners are not receiving the help they need because insurance companies want you to settle for less. At Hadi Law Firm we know what it takes to get your insurance companies to come through for you and can help guide you through the entire process.

Steps To Take If Your Property Has Been Affected By Hurricane Laura

1. Mitigate Damages

Take precautionary measures and secure the damaged area by covering it with a tarp or boarding up broken windows to avoid potential safety hazards and more repairs. Insurance policies may use the additional damages to reduce or deny your claim.

2. Document your Property Damage

Take photos and videos of the affected area including personal items and make a list of the damages. This will serve as proof to further explain the extent of your damages.

3. Formulate a Plan

Asses the damages and check you insurance policy. The scope of your coverage will determine how much of your property damage may be covered when you file a claim.

4. Consult with your Lawyer

Don’t settle just yet. Seek legal guidance and review your insurance policy with an attorney. They will reinforce your right to maximum compensation to get the settlement you deserve.

5. File your Claim

Do not delay as most insurance policies require the insured to take other action within a set period of time.

We Cover All Disaster Relief Service, Including:

Flood and Wind damage
Business interruptions
Claims that are denied, delayed or underpaid
Settlement Negotiation

Insurance lawsuits

“Mr. Hadi and his team were able to settle my claim for four times more than what my insurance company initially offered.”

-Shane Shaban

, Client for life

How were you affected by hurricane laura?

A member of our staff will contact you, typically within 24 hours.