LOUISIANA FLOOD DAMAGE CLAIMS

WE'VE RECOVERED OVER $4 BILLION IN VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS

We at Gauthier, Houghtaling & Williams have exposed fraud in major insurance companies in their underpayments to Louisiana Flood damage victims. December 31, 2017 is your deadline to file documents, to pursue your flood claim, from the great flood in Louisiana that occurred in 2016.

The late summer of 2016 was one of devastation and frustration for thousands of residents and business owners in the areas of Livingston Parish, East Baton Rouge Parish, and Ascension Parish. Nearly 7 Trillion gallons of water fell from the skies in one week, destroying the lives and property of thousands. The few who were actually covered by flood insurance were widely denied and drastically underpaid by their providers who were utilizing "bad faith" practices. We identified these bad faith practices, re-opening a floodgate of 144,000 insurance claims. But, come December 31, 2017, your chance will be gone to demand from these fraudulent providers what they owe you. Because we exposed this fraud, and because we have billions of dollars won on our record, we are the very last firm your insurance provider wants to see in court.

 

4 FLOOD QUICK FACTS

  • Our litigation team uncovered a fraud scandal were FEMA acknowledged that flood victims were fraudulently law balled  

  • After this FEMA fraud scandal, our litigation Clients received an average of $106,000 per claim

  • As a result of the FEMA fraud scandal,FEMA agreed to reopen 144,000 claims

  • FEMA determined that flood victims were underpaid by hundreds of millions of dollars