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Homes, businesses and infrastructure suffered major damage in Chicota and Athens, Texas.

63 mph wind gust was recorded at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

Photos and video from U.S. Highway 75 between Sherman, Texas, and Durant, Oklahoma, showed a tractor-trailer flipped completely over on its roof next to the highway and a mobile building in pieces.

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Not all, but may bad faith Insurance companies intentionally delay, deny and underpay claims.  Of course, these tactics are improper, unethical, and immoral but in a pathetic attempt to gin up business for their defense law firm, a recent blog post targeting bad faith insurance companies outlines the benefits of purposely delaying insurance claims as an “effective legal strategy.”

That’s right! Insurance company defense law firms are promoting how insurers benefit by intentionally delaying claim payments to help themselves!

This shocking admission unscrupulously suggests weaponizing insurance companies to put pressure on policyholders and force them to settle for an amount favorable for the insurer. The blog post was removed from the law firm’s website after they were contacted by the Dallas Morning News. We see these tactics daily but have never seen a statement like this.  Read>>   Insurer’s Benefit by Delaying Claims

In our years of experience settling large and complex property damage insurance claims, we’ve come across several insurers who deploy delay schemes to frustrate and wear down policyholders. This blog post shows just how egregious, unconscionable and low some insurers and their legal representatives will stoop.

“Absolutely astounding,” was the reaction of J. Robert Hunter, retired Texas Department of Insurance commissioner. “We knew many insurers operate this way, but I’ve never seen the strategy admitted like this.”

Risk Management just keeps getting more challenging for real estate owners. Insurance premiums and deductibles are skyrocketing. Policy benefits are being diluted and the Texas Supreme Court characterizes the claims process as “adversarial.”  We encourage Policyholders who don’t want to be the victim of wrongful delay, deny, and defend schemes to consider our track record for settling claims fairly and promptly. Holding insurers accountable, properly documenting claims, and successfully avoiding unnecessary litigation is the best path to indemnification.

If you’re dealing with a property damage insurance claim, please do not wait for delays or underpayments. Contact us at the beginning. If you have an open claim that is delayed or underpaid, you’re not alone, we can step in at any time during the claims process to help you get the settlement you deserve.

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Policyholders who have filed property damage insurance claims caused by tornadoes located in Central Texas cities Round Rock, Jarrell,  Elgin, Granger, Seguin,  Kingsbury and Stairtown are encouraged to know your rights and remedies to get the fair settlement you deserve.   The public insurance adjusters at Insurance Claim Recovery Support headquartered in Austin, TX have over a decade of experience successfully settling hundreds of millions in insurance claims exclusively on the behalf of Policyholders.  Avoid unnecessary delays,  underpayments and litigation by getting professional documentation,  representation and the negotiating skills of our licensed professional public adjusters.   Complimentary insurance claim consultations are available by appointment at https://www.insuranceclaimrecoverysupport.com/free-claim-evaluation/

Tuesday Night’s Storm Caused 1 Tornado & Tennis Ball Sized Hail

Colorado was hit with a storm so intense it caused high winds, large hail, and even a tornado in Lincoln County. The storm began to unfold just before midnight on Tuesday evening when the National Weather Service issued its first warning that storms were possible for eastern Colorado.

In a terrible turn of events, Colorado is being hit by storms from the East. Damaging winds, hail and even a tornado have been reported in Lincoln County. In response to this threat, officials are urging people to take shelter immediately and stay away from windows if possible. The National Weather Service has advised that these storms should dissipate overnight but they will likely continue moving through Colorado on Wednesday morning.

This blog post discusses the effects of damaging storms that have reached Denver, Colorado. This storm caused high winds, large hail, and even a tornado in Lincoln County. It is important for people to be aware of these events so they can take any necessary precautions to protect themselves.

The storm has passed, now what?

The first thing you need to do is to check your property for any potential hail and wind damage. This could include; damage to trees, landscaping, broken windows

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Photo Credit: Matt Minnillo

or siding, dents in gutters, downspouts and air conditioning units as well as missing shingles and any indentations in roof materials. While you’re checking out your property, it’s essential that you take pictures of all damages.

During this time, it’s also important to contact your insurer or insurance agent and put them on notice that you intend to file an insurance claim.

Did your property suffer damage from Tuesday’s storm? Act fast and CONTACT US now for a Complimentary Hail Report!

To see the full list of the severe weather reports, click HERE.

Tornado Tears Through Northwest Dallas, Texas

Homes & Businesses Suffer from Billions in Damage After Tornado Slams Dallas TX

Robert Wilonsky is a reporter with The Dallas Morning News and a local where the tornado it the hardest. The morning after the store he and several city members drove throughout the zones to assess the damages.

Damage caused by the tornado affected both homes and business in NW Dallas, TX.

Photo Credit: Smiley N. Pool – Dallas Morning News Photographer

“We reached Thomas Jefferson High School — my high school. A Dallas ISD police officer wouldn’t let us near, but students were on the track, taking pictures of the back of the school, which looked like a Lego model that had been stepped on by a careless parent. One of the giant yellow goalposts had been twisted, like spaghetti on a fork. The president of our alumni association later sent word that the school would be closed indefinitely while district officials assessed the damage. Kids will be sent to Edison in West Dallas for the time being.”

To read the full article, click HERE.

Did your business experience damage from the tornado?

Now’s the time to reach out to our Public Adjusters here at Insurance Claim Recovery Support! Business owners (like you) dealing with tornado damage insurance claims can trust ICRS to settle your claim fairly and promptly.

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