Even after Hurricane Harvey was downgraded to a tropical storm, Houston residents will still be dealing with the after effects and flooding. Torrential rain is expected this week and some are predicting that Harvey could leave as much as 50 inches in rainfall.
Residents have been warned to stay inside and take shelter. More flooding is expected; several bayous have exceeded their banks and some damns are at risk of breaking. There has already been 5 deaths do to the flooding, all 5 deaths were people that became submerged in their vehicles.
In one Houston suburb officials have already rescued a 1,000 residents and are mounting a full-scale effort to go back and rescue more. In some areas water has gotten so high it has reached the second floor, forcing the occupants to go on their rooftops by flooding.
Although Houston has experienced flooding before, the destruction of homes, businesses and other properties is unprecedented. Hurricane Harvey has affected over 6 million residents and Houston has officially been declared a state of disaster.
Scott M. Favre Public Adjuster, LLC, offers public adjuster services in the Gulf Coast States, with a focus on storm and flood damage in Texas. With over 10 years of public adjusting experience coupled with over 28 years of construction experience, Scott recognizes the importance of being an advocate for policyholders and works closely with clients and their insurance company to expedite the recovery process.
Scott M. Favre’s extensive determination combined with his policy attentiveness and construction knowledge has been instrumental in the successful resolution of insurance policy flood claims.
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