Natural Disasters In Houston
Murr Law, PLLC, assists people impacted by hurricanes, hail and wind storms in Texas in understanding the insurance claims process and how to best ensure fair treatment throughout the claims process. While each person’s situation and losses are unique, the general information on this page should help give you a basic understanding of what to expect and your rights as a policyholder. If you have a question that is not covered or you wish to discuss a matter in greater detail, please call or email the firm.
Life After Hurricanes, Hail And Wind Storms
After a hurricane, the community will be dealing with catastrophic effects for a long time. Like you, attorney George Murr lives here. He understands the pressures and confusion people can experience when their lives have been turned upside down by a storm, and he takes pride in the fact that he listens to each client’s unique situation and works to understand their specific goals and needs. From the beginning, he helps navigate clients through the process and is always there for them whenever they need him.
Insurance Claims: How An Attorney Can Help
Prior to founding this firm, attorney George Murr worked for some of the most respected law firms in the United States and represented a variety of Fortune 500 corporations, including some of the largest insurance companies in the country. This is important because attorney Murr understands how these companies handle claims, the tactics they employ and the way in which they typically evaluate a claim. Using this prior experience and knowledge, attorney Murr strives to maximize your recovery so you can focus on rebuilding what you lost.
Has Your Insurance Company Treated You Unfairly?
If you feel that you are not being treated fairly by your insurance company following the devastation of a natural disaster, hail or wind storm, contact Murr Law, PLLC, in Houston at 832-900-2403 or send an email to discuss your claim and legal options. There is no charge for an initial consultation, and no fee will be charged unless a recovery is obtained on your behalf.