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Storm Recovery Steps A Homeowner's Guide to Bouncing Back

Storm Recovery Steps: A Homeowner's Guide to Bouncing Back

In the aftermath of a storm, understanding your insurance coverage is pivotal. Review your policy to know what types of damage are covered and any applicable deductibles. Keeping a comprehensive inventory of your possessions aids in the claim process.  Communication is key; maintain an open line with your insurance adjuster and follow their guidance for […]
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May 13, 2024
Protect Your Home from High Winds

Protect Your Home from High Winds: 7 Essential Tips

High winds can pose a significant threat to homes, causing damage that can be costly and dangerous. Here are essential tips to help you safeguard your property. By taking these steps, homeowners can significantly reduce the risk of wind damage to their property: Regular Maintenance Your home demands year-round attention to withstand nature's more violent […]
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May 10, 2024
Hailstorm Preparedness 5 Essential Tips for Homeowners

Hailstorm Preparedness: 5 Essential Tips for Homeowners

As a homeowner, the rolling thunder of an impending hailstorm can send shivers down your spine, not just because of the natural threat but also the potential aftermath it spells for your home and belongings. Taking proactive steps to brace yourself for such icy encounters can drastically decrease the risk of damage to your property […]
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May 8, 2024
Texas Wildfire Season

Preparing for Texas Wildfire Season Damages to Homes and Land

As wildfire season approaches, residents across Texas face the increasing risk of damage to their homes and properties. At McLaurin Law, we understand the devastating impact wildfires can have on communities and the complexities involved in navigating insurance claims post-disaster. Drawing on guidelines from renowned wildfire preparedness resources, we offer tailored advice to help you […]
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March 26, 2024
Insurance Claims Process After Texas Wildfires

Navigating the Insurance Claims Process After Texas Wildfires

As wildfires continue to affect communities across Texas, understanding the insurance claims process is vital for homeowners and business owners alike. At McLaurin Law, we're committed to providing clients with the support and guidance needed to navigate these challenging times. Drawing on recent information and best practices, here's what you need to know about the […]
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March 26, 2024
House Fire in Texas

A Legal Guide to Recovering from a House Fire in Texas

Experiencing a house fire is one of the most traumatic events a homeowner can face. Beyond the immediate danger and distress, the aftermath involves navigating insurance claims, property restoration, and legal considerations. As a Texas-based insurance law firm, McLaurin Law is here to guide you through this challenging time with expert advice and support. Immediate […]
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March 25, 2024
Aftermath of a Business Fire A Texas Insurance Law Perspective

Navigating the Aftermath of a Business Fire: A Texas Insurance Law Perspective

Experiencing a fire at your business can be a devastating event, with far-reaching implications for your operations, employees, and bottom line. As a leading Texas insurance law firm, McLaurin Law understands the complexities involved in recovering from such a disaster. Drawing from industry-leading advice, here are essential steps and legal insights to help Texas business […]
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March 25, 2024
Hit By a Drunk Driver in a Texas Accident

If I Am Hit By a Drunk Driver in a Texas Accident, Can I Sue the Driver?

Texas, like many other states, is a hotbed of drunk driving accidents. In 2022, 1,162 people were killed in alcohol-related collisions in Texas, or the equivalent of about three people per day. If a drunk driver hit you on our Texas roads, you likely want justice and compensation from them. You wouldn’t have been injured had that […]
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March 19, 2024
Insurance Claim If My Home Is Burglarized

Should I File An Insurance Claim If My Home Is Burglarized?

Finding out that someone has broken into your home can be incredibly traumatizing. Your home is your safe space, and someone has taken that away from you. In addition, you’re left cleaning up the mess and destruction that the burglar left behind. Most Texas Homeowners’ Insurance policies cover theft or break-in, but the process of […]
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March 12, 2024
Lowball Settlement Offer from My Insurance Company

I Received a Lowball Settlement Offer from My Insurance Company; Do I Have To Accept It?

After a crash, car accident victims rely on settlements to pay medical bills and keep themselves afloat if they must take time off work to recover. However, insurance companies are infamous for lowballing victims in car accident cases, and your offer may not be high enough to cover your damages. If the insurance company offered […]
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March 5, 2024
Truck Accident in Texas

What Damages Can I Recover After a Truck Accident in Texas?

Truck accidents are often far more serious than the average car crash. Given that commercial trucks outweigh cars by many tons, it’s easy to see why. If you’ve been in a truck accident on Texas roads, you probably want to know what damages you can recover. A Texas truck accident lawyer explains. Truck Accident Victims […]
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February 27, 2024
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