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Serving Clients With Insurance Claims, Estate Planning and Probate in Texas

Learn About Grogan Law, PLLC

About The Firm

An introduction to Eric Grogan’s legal philosophy and how he produces results for clients

Resolving Your Case

How legal representation can be a game-changer for insurance claim and probate cases

You Paid Your Premiums. Why Isn’t Your Insurer Paying Your Claim?

Having an insurance policy is supposed to protect you from catastrophic losses. When your home or business is damaged by a natural disaster or unforeseen circumstance, you may rightfully expect that your insurance company will pay on your claim. It can be a shock when the company tries to minimize your claim, reduce the scope of its responsibility or flat-out refuse to pay it.

To resolve difficult insurance issues, you need a knowledgeable advocate who understands the nuances of insurance law. Eric Grogan, founder of Grogan Law, PLLC, learned the “other side” of insurance claims as an insurance defense attorney. Now, his focus is on representing individuals and businesses that need a settlement from their Texas insurance claims to get their lives back on track.

Many of the personnel involved in insurance claim processing either work for or are in contract with the insurance company. That means they are invested in paying out the lowest possible amount to you. Attorney Grogan will review the evidence for your TX insurance claim and prepare your case for mediation or litigation, if it proves necessary.

Estate Planning and Probate Law Firm in Texas

Grogan Law, PLLC can help you with your estate planning and probate needs, including drafting a will or trust. 

Your estate plan needs to be prepared correctly with non-probate assets aligning with it. To advise you on the best estate plan, Attorney Grogan will discuss your goals and objectives for your assets and property when you pass away. Your goals and objectives may include support for a surviving spouse and children, distributions to specific persons or charities, tax exposure limitations, and protection from creditors.