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Chip Lane, Esq

Consistently recognized as a tireless advocate for his clients and the David in the David vs. Goliath industries in which he practices; Mr. Lane was recognized as a "Texas Rising Star Attorney" in 2010, 2012, 2013 and again in 2014 by SuperLawyers, a Thompson Reuters Service and published in Texas Monthly Magazine. Additionally, Mr. Lane was recognized as a "Top Lawyer of 2014" as ranked by Avvo and published in Houstonia Magazine, December 2014. Mr. Lane represents individuals and business throughout the United States that have been unfairly treated by their property insurance carriers. Whether there was a denial of coverage, bad faith claims practices, or an underpayment of the claim, Mr. Lane has helped many policy-holders to recover the funds they deserve. Mr. Lane represents individuals and business throughout the United States that have been unfairly treated by their property insurance carriers. Whether there was a denial of coverage, bad faith claims practices, or an underpayment of the claim, Mr. Lane has helped many policy-holders to recover the funds they deserve. Additionally, Mr. Lane represents homeowners in Texas who are either at risk of having their properties improperly foreclosed by their lenders, or those that were already wrongfully foreclosed. He has sucessfully helped these individuals and businesses who believed hope was lost, and turned their unfortunate situations into positive outcomes.

Recent Posts

Hurricane Season: What to Do Before Disaster Strikes

May 7, 2020 8:58:09 AM / by Chip Lane, Esq

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The most critical time for your business and/or property to prepare for an eventual insurance claim is right now before there is an imminent threat. Unlike tropical storms, hurricanes some number of days to prepare, most property damage events occur without any notice. Think about flash floods, fires, hailstorms, tornadoes, theft, and vandalism. You don’t want to react after an eventfrantically weighing the pros and cons when a little bit of planning could have saved you plenty of heartache, headache and a lot of money.

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