Did you suffer injury or property damage during the Texas Freeze?

You may be entitled to financial compensation.

Uncharacteristic weather brought snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures across the state of Texas.  The demand for heat overloaded the state’s grid and it’s ability to produce electricity.

Millions were left without heat during the coldest days in years and at least 30 people have died from weather related causes.

We Fight For Victims of the Texas Freeze

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What Happened?

Freezing cold temperatures caused a surge in demand for heating.  Power plans were going offline because of the cold.  Also failing were natural gas, nuclear, coal and wind energy sources.  Officials at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) ordered providers to initiate rolling blackouts to avoid a total grid failure. 

According to the Wall Street Journal “Texas officials don’t require plant owners to prepare for the worst by spending extra money to ensure they can continue operating through severe cold or heat. The high prices operators can reap from such periods of peak demand were supposed to be incentive enough for them to invest in safeguarding their equipment from severe weather.”

The ERCOT breakdown affected millions of people with outages causing store closures, limited supply of food/water.   

Properties sustained damage and individuals suffered injury or death. 


Lawsuits are beginning to pile up against energy and gas retailers as a result of the injuries, damages, and high costs sustained during the deep freeze.

According to ABC News, “A $1 billion class-action lawsuit has been filed against Texas wholesale electricity retailer Griddy Energy for allegedly charging exorbitant prices during last week’s historic storm that left millions powerless in the freezing cold.”

Texas lawmakers are also calling for investigations into ERCOT and demanding its top leadership be held accountable. 

Power providers currently face no penalties by the state of Texas for failing to deliver for what the customers have paid for. 

We will fight on your behalf to hold electric and natural gas companies accountable.  Contact us today for a free case review.

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Our network of attorneys have been helping individuals, like you, for years.


Do I Have A Case?

If you or a loved one have suffered injury or property damage as a result of the Texas deep freeze, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

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Our team of experts has extensive experience in this type of litigation and are ready to fight on your behalf.


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