When Will My Homeowners Claim Get Paid?

Wondering when the claim you filed with your insurance company will get paid? Here is some info on timeframes for paying claims: Notice of Claim No later than 15 days after you give your notice of claim, your company must: a) let you know they got your claim, b) start...

Consider Buying HOA Loss Assessment Coverage

Many Texas property owners must join a homeowners association (“HOA”). Condos often require HOA membership, and many single-family subdivisions now have them, too. HOA members have to pay monthly, quarterly, or yearly dues. These dues usually pay for taking care of...

4 Storm Resources You Need to Know

  Here are 4 storm resources you might need next time a flood strikes: DriveTexas.org – TxDOT’s realtime highway map showing flooding, road closures, construction, accidents, traffic, and road damage. puc.texas.gov/storm – The Public Utility...

Understanding Your Homeowners Deductible

What is a  Homeowners Deductible? A homeowners deductible is the portion of a covered loss you must pay before your insurance company pays for any of the loss. Typically, your insurance company will simply subtract the deductible from the total amount of your claim,...