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  1. Shut off your sprinklers or irrigation system.

  2. Make sure your heating system is in working order.

  3. Be sure you have propane or firewood for your fireplace.

  4. If possible, identify your home's freezing point.

  5. Know how to shut off your water system.

  6. Protect your pipes.

  7.  Eliminate all cold air near your water lines.

  8. Make sure to have an emergency kit for power outage.

  9. Protect your home from roof leaks.

  10. Take a look at all your windows and doors for any cracks or holes.

As attorneys representing home and business owners, we have seen the damage, devastation, and disruptions that hurricanes and storms can cause. We have represented thousands of clients against insurance companies that have tried to avoid and delay payment for legitimate losses our clients have incurred.
Do you have property damage related to Hurricane Harvey? We focus on representing the policyholder and making sure you are treated fairly. Contact us today to discuss your claim or if you have any questions. 

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