What the Hell is an AOB?

What the hell is an AOB? AOB stands for Assignment Of Benefits. It’s a legal document that allows another company the right to seek payment directly from your insurance company for services they provide to you. If you’re unsure as to whether you should sign an Assignment Of Benefits, consult with an experienced insurance attorney.

Known vs Unknown. Which will Cost You Big

Known versus unknown. Which will cost you big? Both will cost you big if you do not act swiftly. Home insurance is expensive. Don’t make it easy for your insurance company to deny you because you waited to take action. I recommend that you consult with an experienced insurance attorney to review your policy.

Ongoing Damage? Watch for Exclusion Landmines

So you just noticed moisture in your home. Have a professional investigate it immediately. If not, your insurance company will say it was a long-term leak. You need to make sure that you protect your rights. Like and follow for more.

Mold Limit Pitfalls in Your Policy

Mold limits. Every policy has a mold limit. Most policies cover only $10,000 for mold-related damage. If you’re unsure as to what your limits are, hire an attorney to do a thorough policy review.

Mold. Who Pays for Testing?

Mold, who pays for testing? You do, at least at first. Check your policy to make sure you have coverage for mold testing. If you’re unsure, hire an attorney to protect your rights.