Beaumont, Texas, located about 90 miles to the east of Houston, has experienced many harsh rainstorms, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, windstorms, and other natural disasters throughout its history. Even before Hurricane Harvey made landfall in 2017, meteorologists and other experts predicted that Beaumont would bear the brunt of the Category 4 hurricane.
Beaumont’s businesses have faced severe weather many times over the past 100 years. They understand that, after a hurricane, tornado, windstorm, hail storm, or other disasters, it’s time to rebuild and get back to business. Sometimes, commercial insurers don’t make it easy for Beaumont’s naturally resilient businesses to do that.
After any major storm it may be challenging for many Beaumont business owners to know what steps to take first. An experienced first party claims lawyer can help to decipher commercial policy language and assist from start to finish with the claims submission process.
Chapter 541 of the Texas Insurance Code details unfair or deceptive practices of insurance companies acting in bad faith. If you have submitted a first-party claim to your commercial insurer, it owes you the specific duty of good faith.
Texas Insurance Code states that insurers must never participate in deceptive or unfair practices, such as:
The Mindiola Law Firm has significant experience in helping business owners receive fair treatment they deserve from commercial insurance companies. Contact our experienced Texas commercial claims team to discuss your case at now.
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