This article contains videos—originally produced after Hurricane Harvey—that you can watch to learn how to recover from a disaster.
The videos and content were created by the State Bar of Texas.
What do I do if I have questions about replacing lost or destroyed documents or need help with insurance claims or home repairs.
How can I apply for federal disaster aid.
Scams and Price Gouging
Attorney General Ken Paxton warns Texans that state law prohibits price gouging in the wake of a declared disaster. The AG’s office advises: If you feel that you are being unfairly charged for goods or services such as drinking water, food, batteries, generators gasoline or towing, raise the issue of price gouging with the provider. Speak to the provider respectfully but be frank.
If you are unable to resolve the matter, file a complaint with the office.
This article provides steps to take to be ready for a hurricane.
Important organizations and agencies for help dealing with a natural disaster.
This article explains flood insurance, including what it does and does not cover.
This article discusses property loss claims in Texas for losses incurred from a disaster.
This article explains what can happen if you do not pay your mortgage after a disaster.
This article discusses how FEMA can help with replacing belongings, monetary help, and repairing homes, and how to qualify for help.