BEAUMONT – On Sept. 14, hundreds of people attended a meeting organized by Reaud Morgan & Quinn attorneys. The area law firm fielded questions in regards to a potential lawsuit against Jefferson County Drainage District 7.
The meeting was held at the Groves Activity Center. The media was not allowed to cover the discussions.
According to a 12 News report, JCDD7 manager Phil Kelley says the pumping system was never without capacity and no system in the world could have handled the amount of rain Hurricane Harvey dumped on Southeast Texas.
The RMQ website has a page offering victims tips on how to submit their Harvey claim.
The firm’s website also asks victims to contact the firm if they experience delayed, denied or underpaid issues with insurance companies.
“Our firm has incomparable expertise when it comes to insurance law and we will fight for you,” the post states.