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What is Asylum and Who Qualifies for Asylum?

By Velasquez & Associates |

With all the news about immigration today, there is more and more talk about people seeking asylum. But what is asylum, and who qualifies for it? Who Qualifies People who are seeking asylum are not simply coming to this country for more money, or a more comfortable life, although those are still valid reasons… Read More »

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How the Weather Expert Can Help Your Homeowners’ Insurance Case

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If you are involved in a lawsuit against your homeowners’ insurance company, you may expect that your case needs experts in order to win. Because homeowners’ insurance cases deal with the nature and extent of damage to property, you may expect those experts to be people in the construction industry—engineers, architects, electricians, to name… Read More »

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Why Right to Repair Clauses Aren’t Consumer-Friendly

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One of the reasons that people get homeowners’ insurance (other than the fact that it is often required by lienholders or mortgage companies) is to make sure that there is someone there to repair property in the event of damage. That’s why a “right to repair” clause in a homeowners’ insurance contract may seem… Read More »

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What Happens When Evidence is Lost or Destroyed?

By Velasquez & Associates |

There is an inherent imbalance in personal injury cases when it comes to gathering evidence. A victim needs to prove his or her case—that is, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant was negligent. However, in most cases, most of the evidence that would be needed to prove that negligence is owned by, or… Read More »

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Can a Drunk Victim Still Recover Damages?

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In personal injury cases, especially those that involve car crashes, there is usually some inquiry into whether the negligent driver was intoxicated at the time of the accident. Drunk driving is obviously clear evidence of negligence (and worse, when it comes to criminal penalties). But what about the victim? If a victim was intoxicated… Read More »

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What Happens if Repairs Make Your Home Temporarily Unlivable?

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When your property is destroyed to the point that it is no longer inhabitable, you may have immediate concerns about how long it will take to get your property repaired, and the cost of getting everything replaced. This makes it easy to overlook a very important expense: additional living expenses, or ALEs. What are… Read More »

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