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Monthly Archives: April 2021

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Are Appraisals Necessary When the Insurance Company Partially Denies Claims?

By Velasquez & Associates |

Almost every homeowner insurance policy has some provision that allows a homeowners insurance company to try to avoid court in the event of a dispute. Usually, this kind of avoidance is done through appraisal. The standard policy will say that if the insurance company denies the claim, the homeowner can (or must) submit to… Read More »

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Differences Between Insurance Contracts and Other Types of Contracts

By Velasquez & Associates |

We’ve written in the past about lawsuits and court decisions which involve careful interpretation of terms and conditions written into insurance contracts. But are insurance contracts the same as every other contract, such as one that you would sign in the course of business or employment? How do insurance contracts differ from other kinds… Read More »

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