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Filing a Texas Power Outage Lawsuit for the harms and losses you suffered with a qualified winter storm lawyer. We are helping Texans in the following ways:
- Suffered personal injuries and were hospitalized from the power outage.
- Families who lost loved ones in subfreezing homes that weren’t heated because of the power outages.
- Homeowners and business owners with property damage.
- Businesses and business owners with economic losses from the power and water outages (including boil water notices that may have kept your business from operating after services were restored).
Texas power companies had several warnings to prepare for the historic weather conditions caused by Winter Storm Uri. Their negligent behavior put profits over the people who rely on electricity to keep warm during the cold winter months. As a Texas law firm, The Carlson Law Firm is dedicated to ensuring your rights are protected and that you are fairly compensated for the harms and losses you suffered.
How can I contact a Texas Power Outage Lawyer?
The Carlson Law Firm is accepting clients who suffered harms and losses because of the Texas power outage. Contact a Texas Power Outage Lawyer at 800-359-5690 or fill out the contact form below.
Were you seriously injured or hospitalized from the Texas power outages?
If you or someone close to you were hurt by the power outages, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against those responsible for the Texas power outages.
In the wake of the recent winter storm in Texas, millions went without power and water for several days in subfreezing temperatures. Once the snow cleared, the number of preventable serious injuries and unnecessary deaths came into sharp focus for many Texans and their families. Grid operators have long been warned about the potential consequences of their failure to winterize equipment. We may also be to help you file a wrongful death claim.
The total number of deaths and injuries that were the direct result of the statewide Texas power outages has yet to be determined. Families who lost loved ones or anyone hospitalized with medical conditions during the Texas power outages should contact a Texas power outage lawyer as soon as possible to discuss their case.
The public health emergency created by the failures of Texas power companies resulted in numerous deaths and injuries. These companies had ample time and warnings to winterize equipment that supplies power to the state’s nearly 29 million residents.
A knowledgeable, experienced and compassionate attorney at The Carlson Law Firm is available 24/7.
Was your home or property damaged due to the Texas Power Outage?
If you have experienced damage to your home caused by the power outages, you may be able to file a lawsuit against those responsible for the Texas power outage.
Natural disasters have the potential to cause severe and unexpected financial burdens for those affected. The historic freeze that hit Texas is no different. Busted pipes and damaged leaky roofs have left many Texans struggling with these costly repairs and damage to their property. Even if you have coverage, we may be able to help. A Texas power outage attorney at The Carlson Law Firm can help you recover losses that your homeowner’s insurance company is refusing to pay. Let us be in your corner so that your claim is not undervalued.
If you are a victim of the recent winter freeze and your home and property were damaged, contact our firm today for a free consultation. We care, we can help.
Did your business suffer economic losses or property damage due to the Texas Power Outage?
If your business suffered any losses due to the power outage, burst pipes or loss of water, you may be able to file a lawsuit against those responsible for the Texas power outage.
After a year of uncertainty due to COVID-19, many Texas businesses were faced with another obstacle. A winter storm moved into Texas on Feb. 14, 2021, leaving all 254 counties blanketed in snow and ice and subfreezing temperatures. This extraordinary weather event caused power outages that left many businesses closed even in the days following the snow and ice storm. According to data collected by Power Outage U.S., more than 4.4 million customers were without power in Texas, forcing businesses to shut their doors for the time being losing out on income.