Make certain your insurance company follows through with their promises.

Insurance policies are meant to protect you in the case of disaster and property damage - but all too often insurance companies force their policyholders to fight for the rightful compensation that they need and deserve. Located in Houston, Texas, and serving the surrounding area, Durrett Law Firm represents those whose insurance claims have been wrongfully denied, delayed, or reduced.

Survival in the wake of an unforeseen disaster can be overwhelming - your business may have to indefinitely close its doors, cutting off your income. Your home may be unlivable, leaving you without a place to stay. Your entire future may be uncertain. But during this unthinkable stressful and difficult time, your insurance company may try to take advantage of your vulnerable state by acting in bad faith.

What are some examples of insurance company bad faith tactics? 

  • Your insurance company fails to provide you with a reasonable explanation for the denial of your claim.

  • Your insurance company fails to conduct a reasonable investigation into your claim or does not investigate your claim at all before denying it.
  • Your insurance company fails to confirm, deny, or delay your claim in a reasonable amount of time.
  • Your insurance company fails to communicate important information about your claim to you.
  • Your insurance company offers you substantially less money than the value of your claim.  
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At Durrett Law Firm, we work tirelessly to defend the rights of policyholders. We understand that after your property has been damaged by a wind, water, or fire, you do not have the time, energy, or information to fight the bureaucracy and red tape of your insurance company - and we know the tricks and tactics that they employ in order to keep your money.

Coastal areas are especially susceptible to natural disasters like hurricanes and tropical storms. In 2008, Hurricane Ike, the third most costly hurricane in United States history, devastated thousands of homes and lives throughout Galveston and Houston.

Other disasters can also lead to property damage and wrongfully denied or delayed insurance claims:

  • Your insurance company pays your wind damage claim after a powerful hurricane, but only gives you a fraction of what you are owed. 

  • A pipe bursts in your office building, ruining millions of dollars of hardware and closing your business for weeks.
  • A kitchen fire in your home is controlled by fire fighters, but leaves your house and possessions severely damaged by smoke.
  • A tropical storm causes a nearby river to flood, leaving the first floor of your house water damaged and moldy.

Contact Durrett Law Firm today for personal attention and professional service.

 For the last 28 years, Durrett Law Firm has worked to make insurance claims law personal, easy to understand, and accessible. Mr. Durrett will personally handle your insurance claims case and will answer any questions you may have about your situation. Candid and straightforward, Mr. Durrett is committed to investigating, building, and resolving your case in a open, thorough, and prompt manner. 

If you live in Texas and feel that your insurance claim has been wrongfully denied, delayed or underpaid, talk to us today about your case. In a free, confidential evaluation, we can determine your options, speak to your concerns and offer you insight into the strategies your insurance company may be using. To learn more about our firm or to schedule your appointment, please call us at (888) 551-8183 or fill out the electronic form located on the contact page

Durrett Law Firm is located in Houston, Texas, and serves clients in the following surrounding Texas areas: 

Counties: Harris County, Ft. Bend County, Brazoria County, Galveston County, and Jefferson County.

Cities:  Houston, Pasadena, Beaumont, Galveston, Bellaire, West University, Friendswood, Humble, Katy, Pearland, Tomball, Spring, South Houston, Webster, Waller, Missouri City, Bryan, Willis, Conroe, Baytown and Stafford.