Latest hurricane-related insurance suits filed in Jefferson County

By Kelly Holleran | May 27, 2010

A total of four new lawsuits against insurance companies over hurricane damage claims were filed in Jefferson County District Court, May 17-21, 2010.

The following complaints have been filed:

  • Inez Christopher of 230 West 17th St. in Port Arthur alleges State Farm Lloyds denied her claim for roof, foundation, structural, water and wind damages caused to her property after Hurricane Ike struck on Sept. 13, 2008. J. Steve Mostyn of The Mostyn Law Firm in Houston will be representing her. Jefferson County District Court case number: B186-926.

  • Kent Clement and Connie Lejune-Clement of 4201 Ashland Drive in Port Arthur allege Texas Windstorm Insurance Association denied their claim for roof, wind, water, foundation and structural damages caused to their home after Hurricane Ike struck on Sept. 13, 2008. The Clements will be represented by Gregory F. Cox of The Mostyn Law Firm in Beaumont. Jefferson County District Court case number: D186-916.

  • Deborah Morgan-Eaglin of 1975 Hebert St. in Beaumont alleges Voyager Indemnity Insurance Company and Assurant Specialty Property denied her claim for damages caused to her property after Hurricane Ike struck on Sept. 13, 2008. Voyager and Assurant denied Morgan-Eaglin's claim after it assigned adjusters Brian Nagel and Alfred Gschnell to investigate, according to the complaint. Michael R. Ramsey of The Mostyn Law Firm in Beaumont will be representing her. Jefferson County District Court case number: D186-905.

  • Mark Smith of 7955 Park North Drive in Beaumont alleges Texas Farmers Insurance Company denied his claim for roof and other damages he incurred after Hurricane Ike struck on Sept. 13, 2008. Smith will be represented by Paul A. Smith Jr. and Carlos E. Solis of Solis and Smith in San Antonio and by Danny R. Scott Jr. of the Law Office of Danny R. Scott Jr. in Beaumont. Jefferson County District Court case number: A186-912.

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