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Monthly Archives: October 2021

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Making An Insurance Claim: Understanding The First Steps

By Velasquez & Associates |

So you have a homeowners insurance claim. Hopefully, the damage isn’t too bad, but the fact remains, you have no idea what to do, because you’ve never made a homeowners insurance claim before. What are the first steps you should take? Notice to the Insurance Company The first step is the most obvious one—notifying… Read More »

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Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Pools?

By Velasquez & Associates |

When we think of damage to our homes, we think of the actual structure—roof, walls, floors and everything inside. But what about your pool? Yes, the pool is “outside,” but it’s also a part of your property. The same dangers that can damage your home, often can damage your pool. Is your pool covered… Read More »

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Ligaments, Whiplash, Sprains And Strains: What Are They?

By Velasquez & Associates |

The term “whiplash” or “soft tissue injury” has come to be almost derogatory in the world of personal injury. These are words used by insurance companies to minimize the injuries that someone in an accident sustains. You will often hear people say that someone was “lucky” because they “only” suffered a soft tissue injury…. Read More »

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Can You Record An Adjuster Doing An Appraisal Of Damage?

By Velasquez & Associates |

Let’s say that you have a homeowners insurance claim. You call the insurance company, and they say that they are sending over an adjuster to evaluate the damage, and perhaps ask you a few questions. But here’s the problem: Later, after the adjuster leaves, will there be a record of what the adjuster saw?… Read More »

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