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Posted 2 years ago in Bankruptcy Creditor/Debtor Insurance Law by Jennifer King  
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How to Make a Property Insurance Claim After Disaster Strikes Hurricanes, blizzards, fires and tornadoes can spell doom for homeowners. If your home has been damaged or destroyed in the wake of a disaster, your property insurance may be the key to rebuilding your life. But there are some important things to know before you file a claim. Find Out More…   LGBT Couples May Be Able to Apply for Retroactive Tax Refunds With the looming possibility that the U.S. …

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Posted 2 years ago in Insurance Law by Aaron Kase  
How to Make a Hurricane Sandy Insurance Claim

Superstorm Sandy struck the East Coast with a vengeance last week, unleashing heavy winds and flooding that wrecked the Jersey Shore, battered New York City and left millions without electricity. The storm left unprecedented destruction up and down the Atlantic seaboard: At least 110 people were killed and 8 million left without electricity in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy’s passage through the United States Residential communities on New Jersey’s Long Beach Island were nearly wiped out by surging waves and …

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Posted 2 years ago in by Jennifer King  
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How to Get Out of a Timeshare It seemed like a good idea at the time—buying a share of a pristine condo in a beautiful location for a week every year at the fraction of the cost of purchasing the entire property. Unfortunately, people who buy timeshares might find the real estate isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and the property can be a pain to sell once the buyer’s signature is on paper. Find Out More…   University …

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Squatters Refuse to Leave Colorado Family’s House A family that has been frustrated in their months-long efforts to remove squatters from their home may finally win their fight. The couple left their Colorado home and moved to Indiana only to learn another family had moved into their vacated property. The occupiers used every legal argument they could find to avoid moving out. Find Out More…   The Pros & Cons of ‘For Sale by Owner’ If money is tight, a …

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Posted 2 years ago in Insurance Law by Aaron Kase  
How To Prepare an Insurance Claim after Hurricane Isaac

With Hurricane Isaac touching down on several southern states, Gulf Coast residents once again face the prospect of severe property damage. Heavy winds and torrential downpours conspire to wreck houses, swamp vehicles and put lives in danger. Fortunately, insurance policies should cover much of the damage, as long as homeowners know their policies and are willing to act to protect their interests. Isaac is on an eerily similar trajectory to Hurricane Katrina, which infamously brought wreckage to New Orleans and …

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