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Can You Get Consequential Damages in a Property Insurance Damage Lawsuit?

By Velasquez & Associates |

In a property insurance contract, damages for the homeowner when the insurance company breaks the insurance contract by not paying, or by not paying the proper amount, is generally whatever it would cost to fix the property (in addition to attorneys fees and costs). In other words, if your house is flooded, and the… Read More »

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Unusual Things Your Homeowners’ Policy Covers

By Velasquez & Associates |

One good thing about homeowners’ insurance is that it covers damage and losses that you may not think of, and can make sure that if you have damage to your property, that you are not “out of pocket” in having to make necessary repairs. Here are some things that your homeowners’ insurance policy likely… Read More »

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Winning Your Injury Case Isn’t The End of the Fight

By Velasquez & Associates |

Let’s assume that you are in an accident. You sue, and the jury rules in your favor, and awards you a sum of money to compensate you for your injuries. You’ve won. The check will be arriving shortly, right? Well, not so fast. In many cases, the issue of whether you can actually collect… Read More »

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Employees and Employees Should be Aware of the New FFCRA Law

By Velasquez & Associates |

The COVID pandemic has brought with it a host of new laws. While some have been well publicized, like laws that prohibit foreclosures or prohibit evictions, some—including important employment laws—have not gotten a lot of attention. One important new law is known as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Whether you are an… Read More »

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