P.O. Box 200842
Austin, Texas 78720
(512) 619-8639
Fax (512) 372-1645

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Practice Areas

Our office enjoys handling a wide variety of legal matters including:

  • Commercial / Business litigation (including breach of contract).
  • Mediation services.
  • Complex multi-party litigation.
  • Business and Real Estate Disputes.
  • Construction litigation.
  • Landlord / Tenant disputes.
  • Business torts including fraud and misrepresentation.
  • Personal Injury Litigation.
  • Appellate brief writing and appellate argument.
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution.
  • Medical Malpractice (prosecution and defense).
  • Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act claims.
  • Negligence.
  • Breach of fiduciary duty.
  • Administrative Law (including representing health care professionals before boards and the State Office of Administrative Hearings “SOAH”).
  • Criminal law defense (federal court).
  • Ad valorem (property) tax disputes.
  • Insurance / Disability disputes and litigation.
  • Real estate title examination and related issues.
  • Real estate contracts and leases.
  • Foreclosures.
  • Will preparation.
  • Creditor's rights.

Policy covers mold damage to personal property but not damage to dwelling

Wanda Page obtained a Texas Standardized Homeowners insurance policy (Form B) from State Farm and due to a leak in her sewer lines her home and some of her personal property received water and mold damage.  A dispute between the parties followed, over the amounts needed to fully remediate and repair the home and its contents.  The Texas Supreme Court in its June 11, 2010 opinion in State Farm Lloyds v. Page examined the specific policy language at issue and concluded that what the policy did not cover the mold damage to the residence it did cover mold damage to personal property.

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