The Importance of Checking Your Insurance Policy Before a Storm
weather |October 10th, 2022
As millions seek to rebuild after recent tropical storms and hurricanes battered the East Coast, many homeowners and renters wish they had checked their insurance policies. Relying on basic homeowner’s or renter’s insurance may leave out important types of damage, leaving residents vulnerable to..READ MORE
Hurricane Damage Wasn’t Discovered Right Away – What Now?
weather |September 09th, 2022
It has been over a year since Hurricane Ida blasted out of the gulf and ravaged the shores of the U.S. gulf coast, devastating the bayou communities of southern Louisiana. The towns and cities are still trying to recover as the horizon darkens with the possibility of more storms coming their way. Hu..READ MORE
Getting Experienced Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of a Devastating Storm
weather |August 08th, 2022
During the hurricane season of 2020, Louisiana was already ensnared in the world-changing COVID-19 pandemic when three hurricanes—Laura, Delta, and Zeta—hit the state. Millions of people were affected, lives upended. These individuals were forced to spend the next year rebuilding and repairing h..READ MORE
A Hurricane Caused a Neighbor’s Tree to Fall? Who is Liable for Property Damage?
weather |June 06th, 2022
Unfortunately, Louisiana property owners must deal with numerous property damage claims, including fallen trees and branches from a neighbor’s property. Trees can be an incredible asset to the aesthetic of any property or neighborhood. They can provide an excellent source of green space for re..READ MORE
Have You Suffered Property or Business Loss From a Hurricane During the 2020 Storm Season?
weather |October 10th, 2020
Hurricane season in New Orleans has always been fraught with issues. Many residents of the area are unaware the Flood Control Act of 1965 came about primarily as a result of Hurricane Betsy which left a wake of devastation across the New Orleans area. Despite this landmark legislation, today, New Or..READ MORE
PREPARING FOR THE NEXT HURRICANE
weather |November 11rd, 2018
The most important thing you can do as hurricane season comes to an end is to get yourself, your family, and your home prepared for next season. By starting early, you’ll avoid the rush at home supply stores and grocery stores, which are typically crowded and often chaotic when hurricane watches a..READ MORE