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sidin was damaged and it is going to rain tommorow. house covered with plastic. not sure what to expect. any advice would be helpful. we just want our house fixed soon. ba dexperince with a car wreck so we are a bit aprehensive.
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I am really curious about a situation near where I live. There was a pretty bad fire at a house, causing severe damage. The guy had just bought it and taken on a mortgage with the help of a guarantor since he did not have proper credit. I heard that an insurance claim was made, and I also heard that the owner was going to restore the house, which anyone could see would have cost a huge amount of money – maybe even more than the cost to by the house before the fire.
i broke my motorala clique and i got a new one in the mail form tmobile, but now im not sure what i need to send back. do i need to send the charger,earphones,and sim card back? also it came with a new sim card but the old one still works so do i need to change it or can i keep the old one?
storm caused power surge and because house is not grounded surge destroyed renters property
we just learned that the house was not grounded, electricians say its the cause if the surge, everything that was plugged into a outlet was destroyed. there is no renters insurance.
I had a house fire, and filed a claim for structure and personal property. It has been one month sense adjuster has received my personal property info, and yet no check. Just a bunch of lies that the check is in the mail or supervisor needs to sign off. I was under the assumption Insurance companies had 14 days after agreed settlement to pay. Is this correct? I live in California.