My property was slightly damaged before the fires. Can I still receive benefits?

Depending on the terms provided by an insurer in the policy contract, a person may still be covered for an item even if it’s already damaged. In these cases, the insurance company will simply evaluate what the item is still worth and pay accordingly. If the company fails to do so, they may be holding out on paying a policyholder their rightful benefits.

If your insurer has not provided you with appropriate coverage for wildfire-related damages, there may be legal action available to you. For more information, contact the Bastrop fire insurance claim attorneys of Williams Hart at 800-639-8460 today.





Note: Williams Hart's primary office is 8441 Gulf Freeway, Suite 600, Houston, TX 77017-5051. The Leon Law Firm's primary office is One Sugar Creek Center Boulevard, Suite 980, Sugar Land, Texas 77478.

Williams Hart and The Leon Law Firm are taking joint responsibility for potential cases as co-counsel.

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