Fire and smoke can wreak havoc in your home and office. An unanticipated event can cause disaster and leave you in shambles. Incidents such as a house fire can lay your precious home to waste. Similarly, an office fire can tear apart your business and leave you reeling in shock. Damages caused by fire are … Continue reading “Why Should You a Hire Fire and Smoke Damage Claim Lawyer?”
Car Theft at the Condo. Who Pays?
Your car was broken into at your association. If the association provides security, they may be responsible due to their negligent security. However, if your association does not have security, you may have to report a comprehensive automobile insurance claim to your auto insurance company. How do I know? Who can help me? If your … Continue reading “Car Theft at the Condo. Who Pays?”
When Should You Hire Water Damage Claims Lawyer?
Water damage claims have been increasing over the years. As a homeowner, you would want to be aware of the water damages covered by your home insurance. It depends what kind of insurance policy you have, the cause of damage, etc. Improper maintenance weakens the core areas of your house and it starts deteriorating. It’s … Continue reading “When Should You Hire Water Damage Claims Lawyer?”
Condo Parking Lot Car Damage Secrets
Your parked car was damaged in the parking lot. If it was another unit owner, they would be responsible for the damage. It may also be the association’s responsibility if they failed to provide adequate security by allowing vehicles into your gated community. To be sure, read the condominium declaration and the rules and regulations. … Continue reading “Condo Parking Lot Car Damage Secrets”
Why You Will Need A Wind Damage Claims Lawyer
High winds are known to cause costly damages to businesses, homes, and other buildings in the United States. Most people who live in areas with high winds have probably filled wind insurance claims. Filing a wind insurance claim is a simple and straightforward process. As a result, several homeowners prefer not to hire a wind … Continue reading “Why You Will Need A Wind Damage Claims Lawyer”
Why Should You Hire A Roof Damage Claim Lawyer?
Roofs act as shields that protect your home and office from the storms raging outside. However, a heavy storm can tear down the roof and leave your home and office exposed. You will want to start the repairs instantly. Hiring a repairmen without documenting the damage will backfire if you choose to file a roof … Continue reading “Why Should You Hire A Roof Damage Claim Lawyer?”
Damage on Your Balcony, Who has to Pay?
There’s damage on my condo balcony, who has to pay to fix it? Your balcony may be considered a limited common element, which would be your responsibility to fix. The condominium declaration may provide clarity about who is responsible for the balcony. If you are unsure if it is your responsibility or not it might … Continue reading “Damage on Your Balcony, Who has to Pay?”
[Infographic] What Does Fire Insurance Not Cover
This info-graphic titled ‘What does fire insurance not cover?’ provides us an overview of fire insurance claims. Fire insurance policy is basically an agreement between the insurer and the buyer, where the insurer promises to pay for the loss or damages caused to the possessions of the insurer for a specific period of time. The … Continue reading “[Infographic] What Does Fire Insurance Not Cover”
When Should You Hire A Hurricane Damage Attorney
Most home and business owners who suffer damage to their properties due to a hurricane might not have a clear understanding of their rights. They might not be able to accurately determine the extent of losses suffered after a hurricane. As a result, most people assume that their insurance company will offer a fair settlement. … Continue reading “When Should You Hire A Hurricane Damage Attorney”
Injured in a Common Area Who is Responsible?
You were injured in a common area. Who is responsible? Accidents happen. You may be walking on the stairs to get to your property at your association and you fall. Those stairs are considered common elements. Your association is likely responsible. If the association is giving you the runaround. It might be time to consult … Continue reading “Injured in a Common Area Who is Responsible?”