Filing a Lawsuit After Hurricane Harvey

Oct 12, 2017 by

2017 just keeps getting weirder and weirder. California is on fire, and my house is underwater! By the way, I live behind a dam!

I’m not sure which one is worse, but being Texan (where everything is bigger), I’m going to assume that just like everything else, being underwater is going to be even worse.

Did you see that shark swimming in downtown Houston? It’s pretty much been debunked as fake news, but still, that is a 100% NOPE for me! You don’t see sharks swimming around the forests of California. I live by the ocean, not in it, and I am sick of all this flooding. Someone messed up big time and everyone I know is talking about suing the people responsible.

I’m trying to figure out who looks like they’re legitimately going to help me win some money because I don’t know how else I’m going to fix this situation. I’ve owned my home for six years, and this is the first time it’s ever been flooded. Williams Kherkher seems to be the best option from what I’ve read online.

I didn’t know this, but the Army is in charge of maintaining the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs, and the Army built them back in the 40s. I don’t understand why they decided to flood my neighborhood by holding back all the water? In the end, they let it all go anyways and then everyone else below the dam got flooded too. If they were already going to flood the neighborhoods downstream, then why flood the neighborhoods upstream first? It just doesn’t make any sense.

Anyways, a reservoir attorney could take on individual cases. That seems like the way to go for me because I have a lot of questions and need to know who I’m working with when it comes to something as important as my home.

My ex-girlfriend was involved in a class action lawsuit once. Funny enough, she was actually not the one being sued. All she did was sign her name to a piece of paper, and that was it. No one ever contacted her again, and when she finally followed up with the attorneys six months later, all they told her was it was still in progress. I didn’t stick around long enough to see how that one ended, but I know that I don’t have six months to wait around. I need answers!

I’m a little nervous, but I think it’s time to contact a professional. Life is too long to spend it living in a damp, moldy house. I’m coming after my 5th amendment right, and you better believe it!

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