Personal Injury

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The personal reasons exception is an exception to the general rule on the standard of real property damages. Here’s some context.

Real property is your home, the land, and things permanently attached to the land, whether natural or artificial. You’re entitled to money if your real property was damaged because of someone’s negligence.

California law

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What Is Insurance Bad Faith?

Insurance bad faith is when your insurance company doesn’t treat you fairly. Bad faith refers to unreasonable or unfair conduct by an insurance company. An insurance company must give at least as much consideration to you as it does to its own interests.

In California, when an insurance

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Don’t expect the insurance companies to tell you about the Fair Claims Settlement Act!

The Fair Claims Settlement Act is a collection of laws that govern how insurance companies should act. There’s a lot more to it, especially with bad faith and “unfair and deceptive acts or practices.” But here are some takeaways.

Where Is The

Doubt thou the stars are fire;Doubt that the sun doth move. Shakespeare

Fire devastates. Fires in California have caused serious damages to people’s homes, personal property, and businesses. It’s important to know the types of damages recoverable in a fire damage claim in California.

You first need to determine whether you have a first or a third party claim. A

The passing of a family member, regardless of whether it is anticipated or sudden, is often one of the most difficult situations for a family. The loss of a loved one affects everyone differently, but to properly grieve, families are often tasked with handling the arrangements following the death of their loved one. Depending on religious affiliations and preferences, families