Hubble & Pistorius - Texas Insurance Litigation Attorney - Attorneys At Law

Tradition Of Winning For More Than 25 Years

Fort Worth hotel fire damage $872,500

Dallas house fire $1,284,500

Japanese restaurant fire $756,000

Dallas business and personal property (contents) fire loss $811,000

Brownsville warehouse metal roof high wind damage from Hurricane Dolly $750,000

Denton apartment roof damaged by wind storm – Appraisal Award $656,018

Dallas apartment roof damaged by hail storm – $469,760

Denison historical building damaged during renovation $460,250

Restaurant alleged arson fire $364,500

Fort Worth bingo hall fire damage $310,877

Dallas Big box retail store (vacant) flood damage $251,012

El Paso apartment fire loss, loss of rents $260,415

Dallas auto repair shop business interpretation claim $202,000

Weatherford metal riding arena roof hail damage $189,745

Austin household contents fire damage $157,500

Auto accident wrongful death single male $1,185,000

Auto accident head/brain injury child 535,000

Auto accident eye injury $110,000

Austin apartment construction defects $4,885,000

Hubble & Pistorius — In-Depth Knowledge Of The Law And Of Your Case

When you work with an attorney, you want someone who will pay attention to your case and communicate with you regularly about progress. You want someone who is just as invested in your case as you are and works hard in your best interests. At Hubble & Pistorius, we offer the quality client service and exceptional legal representation you are looking for.

John Hubble left the practice of his large downtown Dallas law firm so he could concentrate and spend more time in adding value to his clients’ cases by personally working the case, rather than delegating to an associate in the law firm — which many times is the norm of larger law firms. When he and partner Mark Pistorius (deceased) formed their firm, they did so to have the freedom to use their extensive knowledge of insurance law for their clients’ benefit, and the time and ability to gain a better in-depth insight and understanding of their clients’ unique legal situations. Over the last 25 years, this has become our firm’s formula for winning.

Our firm excels at holding insurance companies responsible for the insurance policies they sign with their insureds. John Hubble has received an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating an attorney can receive from his peers. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of insurance-related issues, including property insurance litigation, insurance bad faith claims and personal injury. In addition, our litigation experience extends to cases involving business, construction defects and real estate.

Focused Attention On Your Case

Many times, the insurance company’s adjusters or claims department will try to interpret coverage according to their claims’ manual, and not according to your specific policy’s terms and conditions. This practice, known as “post-loss claims underwriting of coverage,” is both a deceptive trade practice and unlawful.

Our firm excels at making insurance companies pay claims according to the insurance policy you purchased and according to the insurance laws of Texas. When the circumstances call for vigorous action, our extensive trial experience and careful preparation are invaluable.

We have become one of the premier law firms in Texas by working efficiently and effectively while remaining responsive to our clients. We feel that you should expect nothing less from any lawyer. Put our skills and experience to work for you.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Legal Concerns

You can reach us in Dallas at 214-361-1262 and in Austin at Contact, or you can email us to schedule your free consultation. We serve clients anywhere in the state of Texas.

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.