Mississippi and Alabama get hit by EF-5 Tornado-Over 315 Confirmed Deaths Across the South!

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It has to be one of the biggest historical tornado outbreaks in the Deep South, MS and AL! On April, 27, 2011, a huge EF5 tornado touched down in Smithville, MS and in AL, and the death toll has been confirmed thus far at 315. Preliminary reports are that Tuscaloosa, AL was the hardest hit by the storm causing millions-if not billions- of dollars in property damage to people’s homes, cars and land.

It is expected that many of the affected residents will have substantial homeowner’s claims or rental insurance claims, and needless to say, may get the run-around by their insurance company. For a more detailed discussion of your rights, please click here to visit our Insurance Bad Faith/Denial section on our web site.

This tornado has impacted Mississippi and Alabama residents. The firm of Kobs & Philley, PLLC, is staffed with experienced litigation attorneys, Jared A. Kobs and Benjamin N. Philley. Jared and Ben sympathize with people who are directly impacted by this massive tornado, and we want to see you get the justice you deserve for your property damage, loss of income, and any other damages you or your business suffer as a result of this disaster. If you or your loved one feels like your insurance company is not playing fair or not compensating you for the damage caused by the tornado, contact us today. Let our experienced litigators help you. Take advantage of our NO OBLIGATION, FREE CONSULTATION. Ask us questions. We will provide straight answers and explain what we can do for you and how we can help you during this stressful time. You can contact us online or call us today at (601) 863-8170 or 1-877-856-0330 for a FREE CONSULTATION.

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