By: Rebecca Moore
As the remnants of Hurricane Harvey are working their way out of our two great states, Lugenbuhl’s team of attorneys is here to assist in any way needed. We thought it would be helpful to take a fresh look at the claim adjusting standards and regulations in both Louisiana and Texas, including new bulletins and advisories that have been issued in Harvey’s wake. Below are links to relevant statues and regulations. Please note that each state may issue further bulletins or advisories modifying these standards.
Statutes and Regulations by State
Texas-specific Information for Insurers
The Texas Department of Insurance (“TDI”) has issued the following bulletins pertaining to Hurricane Harvey on August 26, 2017, many of which apply to property and casualty insurers and can be accessed by clicking each bulletin number linked in the list below.
Highlights of the TDI Catastrophe Bulletins include:
TDI Catastrophe Bulletins
The following is a list of the TDI’s bulletins pertaining to Hurricane Harvey, each issued on August 26, 2017. A link to the main bulletins home page is available here.
Based in Lugenbuhl’s Houston office, Rebecca focuses on insurance litigation involving coverage issues and bad faith claims in both state and federal court. More information about her background and experience is available on her profile. Visit our Insurance practice section to learn more about our firm’s services.
The content of this article is not intended to serve as an exhaustive review of the laws, statutes or issues related to insurance claims, and it is not intended to provide legal advice. The opinions expressed through this article may not reflect the opinions of the firm, individual attorneys or clients.
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