Hurricane Dolly’s South Texas Path of Destruction
Hurricane Dolly, one of the most destructive hurricanes to affect the Rio Grande valley in over four decades, struck south Texas in July 2008, leaving a trail of hurricane damage in its wake. Hurricane force winds, heavy rains, and tornados uprooted trees, blew off roofs, flooded buildings, crashed boats onshore, and destroyed homes and businesses throughout the region. In addition to over $500 million in estimated property losses, Hurricane Dolly also caused extensive crop damage. In total, Texas suffered an estimated $1.5 billion in losses thanks to Dolly’s brief visit.
Hurricane Dolly’s Insurance Claims Mess
If you lived in south Texas in July 2008, you know firsthand how destructive Hurricane Dolly was. Now that the water has receded and the bulk of the damage cleared away, the aftermath is far from over. Storm victims are still battling with insurance companies and contractors. Among the many battles are:
Do You Need a Hurricane Dolly Lawyer?
If you’re suffering from any of these Hurricane Dolly problems, contact an experienced Hurricane Dolly lawyer ASAP. You’ve been struggling long enough – and you have rights under Texas insurance laws. When you have a Hurricane Dolly lawyer on your side, you have an advocate who will stand up for you and make sure that your rights are protected and that your insurance company treats you fairly.
We understand Texas insurance law, which is extremely protective of consumers’ rights. Contact us today for a free, no obligation Hurricane Dolly consultation.