Oklahoma tornado victims take insurance claims to court

 Monday, January 20, 2014

 The Oklahoman

With his Moore home’s sagging ceiling, busted windows and debris-covered floor, Gabriel Becerra couldn’t believe an insurance adjuster told him he could live there. “You could see the walls wobble, they moved all around the house. It was ridiculous,” he said. “The adjuster said ‘we could patch this up.’” Becerra’s home of 15 years, where he lived with his wife, adult daughter and granddaughter, was directly behind the Warren Theatre and a block from the 7-Eleven where three people died in a deadly tornado on May 20.