Houston plaintiffs lawyer Stephen Liss had to flee his southwest Houston house in the early morning hours of Aug. 27 in the midst of Hurricane Harvey after water from a bayou flooded into his house and rose fast. It was the third time Liss had experienced flooding in that house, and the lawyer knew he had to flee to a neighbor’s house that was on higher ground.

View of Houston lawyer Stephen Liss’ house. He had to flee the house early on Sunday due to flooding.

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