Natural disasters strike in Texas each and every year. And when those disasters strike, Timmons Consulting Group is there to help you get the best insurance settlement possible. However, there are things you can do before disaster strikes to protect yourself, your finances, and your property from possible storm damage.
According to the State of Texas’ emergency portal, residents are advised to know the elevation of their property and to understand whether they’re in a floodplain or not. You shoul...
When property has been damaged due to a storm, strong winds, or a fire, property management companies are left with the burden of pursuing an insurance claim for damages. In many cases, a property management company has contractors in place and ready to work; however, work cannot commence until a settlement has been made with the insurance company. The insurance claims process can be significant, especially if multiple units are damaged; costing the firm valuable time and resources.
While today’s forecast is for sunny skies, last week, a storm carrying hail roared across the North Texas, leaving a trail of property damage in its wake. The forecast for Sunday is for severe storms, which can only mean one thing during this time of year in Texas- more damage.
Texas is known for its big storms and, subsequently, for storm damage. If your property has been damaged due to a Texas weather event, there are a some things you need to know when filing your storm damage claim.
Last night a hail storm ripped through North Texas. How do you know if you have received damage?
1. Check out your shrubs and plants around your home. If their leaves are battered or they are stripped of foliage, this is a good sign your roof might have hail damage as well. Furthermore, if your patio furniture or screens are damaged, that may point to additional damage to your roof.
It can be dangerous to climb up on your roof, so most people call their insurance adjuster a...