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Victims Who’ve Suffered Damage From Hurricane Ida May Be Able To Seek Both Justice And Compensation

Victims Who’ve Suffered Damage From Hurricane Ida May Be Able To Seek Both Justice And Compensation

Why It’s Critical To Consult With An Attorney After Making It Through A Hurricane Or Other Major Storm…

  • To have help in evaluating and filing a claim in a timely and complete fashion
  • To have help in gathering and preserving the vital evidence that will help most in court
  • To have help in fighting insurance companies for all the accident-related compensation

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A Summary of the Storm Leading Up To Hurricane Ida Damage Claims


Hurricane Ida made landfall on the afternoon of August 29, 2021, causing extreme flooding and extensive structural damage to homes and properties along its path across Louisiana’s coastal towns and cities, including Houma, Golden Meadow, Grand Isle, LaPlace, Galliano, and many others.

After 2005’s devastating Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ida is the second strongest hurricane to hit Louisiana–including 150 mph winds that caused catastrophic damage, ripping roofs off of homes and businesses.

Other details of Hurricane Ida damage reported by residents include:

  • The most severe structural damage was found in Houma, Galliano, and Jefferson Parish 
  • Millions of residents in New Orleans and the French Quarter were left powerless
  • Most levees held up, except for several smaller ones that spilled over for rampant flooding

Millions of residents then turned to their homeowner’s policy and flood insurance policy to help them repair, rebuild, or relocate.

What To Do To Prepare To File Hurricane Damage Claims


Here is a list of things to do that will help prepare to file a claim for hurricane damage with the insurance company:

  • Know and understand the home insurance policy. This includes details such as deductibles, covered property, and who and how to file a claim for compensation in the event of a storm.
  • Consider adding a flood insurance plan to the policy. There are many coastal states that don’t include flood insurance as part of a standard homeowners insurance policy–it’s always best to add one to be safe. 
  • Collect and document photo and video damage evidence. This will show irrefutable evidence of damage to home and property to the insurance company along with the claim.
  • Make essential, temporary–but not permanent–repairs. Make repairs that prevent additional damage from occurring, but don’t make the major repairs until the insurance adjuster says it’s ok to do so.
  • File a homeowners insurance claim after the storm. After consulting with a qualified attorney, always file a claim as soon as possible to avoid the rush–make sure to include everything in your claim as required by your home state.

We believe that victims of hurricanes and their families should be able to get the compensation and justice they deserve from big insurance companies that resist the payouts that they owe. 

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