If you suffered Boerne hail damage in the recent hail storm, you are not alone. More than 110,000 vehicles and thousands of Boerne homes were damaged by hail, with estimated damages surpassing $1.4 billion. Suddenly faced with so many Boerne hail damage claims, insurance companies are having trouble finding enough adjustors to handle the situation.

Remember: Your hail storm damage interests are directly opposed to the financial interests of your insurance company. The Boerne hail damage lawyers at Ketterman Rowland & Westlund are ready to help.

Protect Your Interests With Help From A Qualified

Boerne Hail Damage Attorney

  • Our Boerne Hail Damage Lawyers will aggressively pursue fair compensation for your damages
  • Insurance companies look out for their own interests, but our Boerne Hail Damage lawyers look out for yours
  • With so many Boerne hail storm claims suddenly saturating the market, insurance adjustors will seek to minimize claims in whatever way they can
  • Schedule a free consultation with one of our Boerne hail damage attorneys to find out more information

Boerne Hail Damage Attorney

Boerne hail damage resulting from the 2016 storm will be the costliest the state of Texas has ever experienced. With so many claims to deal with, insurance companies are flying adjustors into Boerne from all over the United States to deal with the crisis. Are you certain that you will be treated fairly by your insurance company? If you have doubts, they’re warranted. Protect yourself with help from a qualified Boerne hail damage lawyer who fight to help you obtain the full amount of your policy.

What Our Boerne Hail Damage

Attorneys Can Do For You

Not only will your Boerne Hail Damage lawyer from KRW help you better understand your insurance policy and deductable, they will also act as your personal advocate with the insurance company. Insurance adjustors are notorious for minimizing claims, which can make dealing with them a nightmare, especially when you’ve already suffered losses in a Boerne hail storm. Our team of professional Boerne litigators will protect your interests, defend your rights, and do everything the law allows to make sure you get the money you’re entitled to after diligently paying your insurance premiums for years.

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Boerne Tidbits

The year 1992 was the year that the history of Boerne, Texas began. There are a considerable number of confused fairy tales and half-truths about Boerne. There are also old urban legends, that are cloaked in silliness and wrapped in exaggeration. The newcomers to Boerne have usually done their homework, with regard to where the school district ranks and the cost of living in the community. However, not many are well-informed about how Boerne came to be in the beginning. Many people make the mistaken assumption that a man named that Ludwig von Borne actually lived in the community that was named in honor of him. This is the real history of Boerne.

The verdant and lush Cibolo Valley is a lovely, rolling hill country, that has an abundance of game, is rich in forest, and river. Prior to Ludwig von Borne arriving in the area, Ludwig began life as Lob Baruch. The location that is currently known as Boerne was sometimes inhabited by numerous aboriginal Americans, primarily the Kiowa, Comanche, and Lipan Apache Indians. Evidence seems to suggest that these hunting and gathering people that lived in the area, at least seasonally, for some ten thousand years or more, before Boerne was located by the European pioneers.

During the final days of the Holy Roman Empire in Europe, Germany had some real problems. Apparently, every other block was an independent city-state. All of these city-states had their own separate currencies, sovereigns, and armies. They were also deeply in debt as the result of the seemingly never-ending Napoleonic Wars. All of the monarchs of all of these small but independent kingdoms wanted to pay off those debts. However, they didn’t want to sacrifice anything to meet this objective. Instead, they wanted to squeeze their hapless subjects for all of their money, and these hapless subjects were tired of it.

It wasn’t long after, that the French and American Revolutions demonstrated stop oppressed people could stop their oppressors. People started thinking that it might be more pleasant if they broke away from Germany and attempted to live tried somewhere far away, and on their own terms somewhere else. Some people managed to do just that, and left their lives of servitude to the ruling monarchs. They went to Texas, where they wrote letters to their friends back home, describing the numerous of acres of land that was available simply by asking for it. They also described their lives as being a place where people could raise a family, have their own home, prove their worth, their own crops, and be free from the intrusive authority, nothing holding them back, with the exception of the limits that they placed on themselves.

These letters were read secretly by candlelight, after being passed around by hand. Their neighbors quietly talked about the things that the letters promised, that included leaving their old lives behind, take a chance of a new opportunities, and free life in a new nation. They secretly booked their voyages and made their new plans. The communities in Germany started empting out.

It wasn’t only the artisan class of people or the peasants who wanted a new life in Texas. The noblemen, included the second and third sons of the wealthy, men of means and birth, could see for themselves the discontent that was forming in their country. They had numerous ideas about how Germany could expand the borders and establish a new settlement in Texas.

Their purpose was to organize a German settlement in Texas through mass emigration. However, from the start there were problems. Rather than businessmen and planners, there were men who were dreamers and thinkers, broken promises, expired contracts, financial troubles, and mismanagement all doomed this Society of Noblemen from the start. They started to ship German immigrants to Texas, although contracts and were never finalized or had broken down in Texas. When the newcomers arrived in a settlement named Indianola, which was located on the coast of Texas, they were left without shelter or food.

In addition, the war between the Mexico and the United States had begun, the German immigrants had arrived. Therefore, the oxen, horses, and wagons that they were using to transport them to the Hill Country inland were confiscated by the Army, which left the people stranded in unprepared, and overcrowded dirty port settlement, where numerous people started passing away prior to them finding their own way northward. The Adelsverein managed to establish two settlements, which were New Braunfels and Fredericksburg, which are still growing, during the five years they remained viable. The third settlement, named Bettina, only lasted one year, although that would result in something larger for the residents of Boerne.

There were men in Germany who were abolitionists, liberals, intellectuals who conversed in Latin, dreamers and thinkers who were brilliant, intelligent, and well-educated. They discussed, in Latin, the creation of an ideal society, the nature of man, ideas, music, literature, and philosophy. These people considered that the new settlement might take the form of a communistic or socialistic society, in which all the material, possessions, and work would be shared equally. Some 40 people, known as the Darmstadt Die Vierziger, or simply the Society of Forty, gathered for the intention to establish just such a socialist settlement in Texas in 1847. The fact is that five of these communities were eventually established right in Texas. Experimental, socialistic, and Latin settlements were established by the highly educated and learned men in the Hill Country.