Posted on · The statute of limitations on suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for illegally taking homeowners’ property rights during the storm is six years. That deadline is August 28.
Posted on · The suit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opens the door to suits by an estimated 10,000 other upstream homeowners, with the potential for total damages of well over $1 billion.
Posted on · One of the demands of the Harvey Forgotten Survivors Caucus is for more mental health services to be part of disaster recovery.
Posted on · Homes in the working-class neighborhood of Elm Grove took up to 18 inches of water during last week’s thunderstorms.
Posted on · The Mayor says there are hundreds, possibly thousands, of Houstonians still living in flood-damaged homes one year after the storm struck
Posted on · Homes in the Cinco Ranch and Canyon Gate subdivisions took the biggest hit, thanks in part to overflow from the Barker Reservoir
Posted on · Justice Department attorneys said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers needed the time to “look for documents” regarding the release of floodwaters from Addicks and Barker Dams, which inundated thousands of homes. Chief Judge Susan G. Braden of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims slammed the request as “insulting.”
Posted on · In a flood-ravaged Friendswood home, a muck-and-gut uncovers well-wishes from the past.
Posted on · “You take whatever money you can, make it livable, and move back in. Only to go through it again."
Posted on · An expert answers your questions about repairing flood-damaged homes.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We get advice for flooded homeowners on home inspection and repair. And we learn about the latest Texas abortion regulation and discuss what the state might try to enact next.
Posted on · Bob Passmore from the Property/Casualty Insurers Association of America Joins Houston Matters to field your questions about Harvey insurance-related questions.