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Monthly Archives: January 2021

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Trucking Laws are Supposed to Keep the Roadways Safe

By Velasquez & Associates |

Large, commercial trucks are vital to our economy. They transport the goods that we need to live. But their sheer size, and the commercial trucking industry, can often cause problems, as the typical commercial truck can dwarf a normal passenger vehicle. That’s why there are numerous laws in place, to ensure that the trucks… Read More »

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When Can You Assert the Fifth Amendment?

By Velasquez & Associates |

The fifth amendment is well known to people, and has become somewhat famous by its use in movies, and with certain government officials who seem to assert it quite often. But when can you assert the fifth amendment? What is the Fifth Amendment? The fifth amendment is the constitutional right to refuse to say… Read More »

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Recent Case Looks at Homeowner’s Delay in Filling Out Insurance Paperwork

By Velasquez & Associates |

We’ve written in the past about what happens if a homeowner making a homeowner’s insurance claim doesn’t follow the time restrictions in the homeowner’s insurance policy. In many cases, failure to abide by deadlines, such as the deadline to make a claim, or allow an inspection, can lead to a claim being denied. A… Read More »

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You Can Fight Against a Foreclosure Deficiency Judgment

By Velasquez & Associates |

If you are in foreclosure, and you lose the case (or you decide not to challenge the case at all), you may be hit with a double insult: The foreclosure and loss of the home itself, but also, the entry of a deficiency judgment against you. What is a Deficiency Judgment? A deficiency judgment… Read More »

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