Millions of Texans braved single-digit temperatures with no power at all for days in many parts of the state during last month’s powerful winter storm. There were deaths and injuries resulting from the freezing temperatures, as well as widespread water damage due to broken pipes. Additionally, loss estimates from the storm are predicted to rise to as much as $130 billion in the state, according to AccuWeather.

Texas Lawyer spoke recently with Joshua M. Sandler, a partner at Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann about the the insurance claims process and what plaintiffs and defendants can expect from the many lawsuits predicted to flood the courts in the coming months.

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