Rain, Rain, Go Away, Don’t Flood Again in Texas Any Day

Zealous Woman Shannon O'Malley co-wrote an article titled "Rain, Rain, Go Away, Don’t Flood Again in Texas Any Day” that was published in Texas Law360.

In 2001, Houston, Texas was in the path of the slow-moving, rain-heavy Tropical Storm Allison. That storm caused extensive flooding in downtown Houston and surrounding areas, ultimately dropping over 40 inches of rain in Southeast, Texas. And with that rain, and rain-caused flooding, people made insurance claims. Texas courts were therefore given the opportunity to analyze how water and flood in insurance policies should be interpreted under Texas law.

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