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What happens if you cannot pay your mortgage payment

  What happens if you cannot pay your mortgage payment ? One of the scariest things that many homeowners have to face is the possibility of foreclosure. Facing the prospect of not being able to pay your mortgage, and the possibility of losing your home, can be a discouraging blow for any family to bear. Changes to … Continued

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ASK STEVE – Why did my insurance company say no?

Q: What are the most common reasons why an insurance company would deny a property damage insurance claim?   A: Insurance companies deny property damage insurance claims for a variety of reasons. Some policies only cover certain types of losses. These are called named peril policies. For example, basic named peril policies may not cover … Continued

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Matta v. Cambridge

  Service Area: Property Damage  After a denial of his homeowner’s insurance claim for damage to his foundation caused by the ruptured sewer line of the adjacent property, lawyers at Greenblatt Agulnick commenced a lawsuit against the insurance carrier for breach of contract and the adjacent property owner for negligence in failing to timely repair the … Continued

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Examination Under Oath, property damage, insurance, damage, renters, insurance, lawyer, legal, advice, long island Ask Steven Home Foreclosure, insurance claims, coverage, long island, lawyers, property, damage, NYC,

ASK STEVEN

Q: What is an Examination Under Oath and do I have to appear at the Examination Under Oath requested by my insurance company? A:  An Examination Under Oath (“EUO”) is a proceeding where your insurance company or its attorneys question you under oath regarding the facts and circumstances surrounding an insurance loss. Those questions are … Continued

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THREE YEAR OLD SCREAMS THE NEED FOR PROPERTY INSURANCE

We’re not just lawyers, we’re parents too. We love our kids they are very cute, but they are little vehicles of destruction. When you add four boys to the mix, the odds of sudden and “accidental” catastrophe is virtually guaranteed increasing the need for protection with property insurance! So when my 3-year old, with his big … Continued

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Wong v. CO

  Following a frozen pipe and significant property damages, the homeowner’s insurance company denied the insured’s claim alleging a failure to maintain heat at the premises. Furthermore, the insurance company further alleged that the premises was not “occupied” at the time of the loss. Utilizing certain ambiguities in the insurance policy, relevant and novel case … Continued

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