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Hurricane Claims

Mississippi Hurricane Claims Attorneys

Since hurricane Katrina, homeowner's insurance companies have been deluged with claims for coverage, and have denied coverage for many legitimate claims. At Owen, Galloway & Myers,, we have represented numerous clients who faithfully paid their insurance policy premiums, or whose insurance lapsed unintentionally, but whose commercial or residential hurricane claims were denied by their insurance provider.

If you have been denied coverage for all or a portion of your damages and feel you may need to undertake bad faith insurance litigation, contact Owen, Galloway & Myers, today.

Wind vs. Water Disputes

Many insurance companies deny hurricane claims on the grounds that, while their policies are meant to cover wind damage, home flooding is not covered and so water damage doesn't apply. Though they are likely aware that most Mississippi homes were damaged or destroyed by wind before the tidal water surge reached land, they stand to save a tremendous amount of money simply by putting up this false defense.

In this legal climate, most homeowners are left with only one option: to hire a Mississippi hurricane claims attorney who will protect their legal rights.

A Partnership Dedicated to Legal Excellence -

Our founding attorneys, Joe Sam Owen and Ben F. Galloway, each have over 30 years of experience in handling litigation. In addition, both have been honored by their peers with a Martindale-Hubbell AV Rating.* Robert P. Myers, Jr., who became a partner in the firm in 2000, has 15 years of legal experience.

The law firm of Owen, Galloway & Myers, has gained a reputation for legal excellence and devoted client service. Our clients come from all incomes and stages in life, and we have represented such corporations as A.G. Edwards and Georgia-Pacific.

We offer initial consultations. For more information, contact Owen, Galloway & Myers, today.

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