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Buffalo Bayou Flooding

Houston, Texas

Flooding, On or After August 28th

If you live along Buffalo Bayou and flooded on or after Monday 28th and did not flood earlier in the week you may have a claim against the Harris County Flood Control District,the City of Houston, and the Federal Government, for “Inverse Condemnation”. The Texas Constitution provides that “No person’s property shall be taken, damaged or destroyed or applied to public use without adequate compensation being made…” By releasing the flood waters on the 28th and increasing on the 29th many homes flooded that had not flooded earlier in the week. This flooding on the 28th or after was directly caused by the releases from Addicks and Barker dams.

A Note from One of Our Founding Partners

“I was born and raised in Houston and graduated from Memorial High School. I have spent most of my life in "77024". I now live along Buffalo Bayou between Gessner and Piney Point. Thankfully our house did not flood, but several of our friends’ did. Houston and Memorial are my home and I want to help you get the compensation you deserve, and make living along Buffalo Bayou an even better place for generations to come.” - Ian Cloud

Was your property along the Buffalo Bayou flooded on or after the 28th of August?

Fill out the form below or call us at 866.517.9520 for a free consultation about your Buffalo Bayou Flooding case.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this a claim against my insurance company?

No – this is a claim against the Harris County Flood Control District and the City of Houston.

Does the government have sovereign immunity?

Governmental immunity does NOT apply to inverse condemnation.

Do I have to pay an attorney “up front” or an “hourly fee”?

No – we work on a contingency fee and do not get paid unless we prevail through settlement or judgment.

Will I have any out of pocket expenses for the lawsuit?

No – we will pay for any expenses related to the litigation and will pay ourselves back from the proceeds of the case if successful.

Does my house have to be totally destroyed to have an inverse condemnation case?

No – the claim can simply be for the damages or repair costs. There are some situation either where the damage is so severe or prolonged that the government has “taken” the entire property.