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About Me

Eric Franklin

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About Me

Eric Franklin

Eric_Franklin

EDUCATION

Brigham

B.A. in English & Humanities

St_Edwards

Master of Liberal Arts in Humanities

ERIC FRANKLIN

In 2021, when I was hospitalized for a tumor, the first document I received before any bills or records was a denial of my claim from my health insurance company. They had not reached out to me, my healthcare providers, or made any inquiries at all regarding my claim. They just flat denied it and forced me to fight my way through an appeal.

In 2005, When parents’ home was hit after Hurricane Rita, they discovered that their policy had changed to exclude downed trees, and they had over 200 trees down on the property. Instead of getting paid the $100,000.00 for tree and debris removal, which their previous policy had covered, they instead received nothing due to an insurance agent error and omission.

I know firsthand the problems and stress of dealing with an unreasonable insurance company, which is why I take your insurance claims seriously. I’ve been there. My family has been there. Although I do handle defective products, accidents, injuries, and other cases, my passion, and my primary practice area has been insurance claims: business interruption, fire, hail, hurricane, tornado, and even burst pipe claims.

We believe in advocacy and excellence. We advocate for our clients and zealously pursue their cases until we reach a resolution. We hold bad actors accountable and fight to make sure that our clients get what is owed to them.

EDUCATION

Brigham

B.A. in English & Humanities

St_Edwards

Master of Liberal Arts in Humanities

ERIC FRANKLIN

In 2021, when I was hospitalized for a tumor, the first document I received before any bills or records was a denial of my claim from my health insurance company. They had not reached out to me, my healthcare providers, or made any inquiries at all regarding my claim. They just flat denied it and forced me to fight my way through an appeal.

In 2005, When parents’ home was hit after Hurricane Rita, they discovered that their policy had changed to exclude downed trees, and they had over 200 trees down on the property. Instead of getting paid the $100,000.00 for tree and debris removal, which their previous policy had covered, they instead received nothing due to an insurance agent error and omission.

I know firsthand the problems and stress of dealing with an unreasonable insurance company, which is why I take your insurance claims seriously. I’ve been there. My family has been there. Although I do handle defective products, accidents, injuries, and other cases, my passion, and my primary practice area has been insurance claims: business interruption, fire, hail, hurricane, tornado, and even burst pipe claims.

We believe in advocacy and excellence. We advocate for our clients and zealously pursue their cases until we reach a resolution. We hold bad actors accountable and fight to make sure that our clients get what is owed to them.

STC

Doctor of Jurisprudence

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Admitted to practice in all Texas courts and in Federal Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas.

Just a few of our areas of practice.

  • Personal Injury
  • Car Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Plane Crash
  • Train Accident
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Catastrophic Death Dismemberment
  • Wrongful Death
  • Police Brutality
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Child Abuse

“First of all, the people who are asked to obey authority have to feel like they have a voice–that if they speak up, they will be heard. Second, the law has to be predictable. There has to be a reasonable expectation that the rules tomorrow are going to be roughly the same as the rules today. And third, the authority has to be fair. It can’t treat one group differently from another.”

—Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

“First of all, the people who are asked to obey authority have to feel like they have a voice–that if they speak up, they will be heard. Second, the law has to be predictable. There has to be a reasonable expectation that the rules tomorrow are going to be roughly the same as the rules today. And third, the authority has to be fair. It can’t treat one group differently from another.”

—Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

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