A few weeks ago I had an automobile accident and thank to God nobody got hurt.
The other guy and myself have insurance, after I received the police report by mail in which it stated that the other guy was responsible for the accident, I sent it to the insurance company that this guy have.
I receive a letter from the Insurance Company in which the repair has been denied due to insufficient proof of facts of liability.
“…The jury decided on Wednesday that the hotel and Adaya violated California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, which bars hotels and other business from discriminating on the basis of sex, race, color or religion…the hotel and owner were also ordered to pay approximately $440,000 in additional punitive damages to the plaintiffs…”
A Muslim hotel owner discriminated against a Jewish group during a Southern California poolside charity event by ordering removal of banners and ousting them from the pool and spa, a jury decided in awarding $1.2 million statutory damages. The suit was filed by Friends of the Israel Defense Forces, whose members had gathered two years ago at Santa Monica’s ocean-view Hotel Shangri-LA, which is owned by Tehmina Adaya. The owner is a Muslim of Pakistani descent.
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mold in the basement & required sellers to get a professional mold test. The report came back stating “common mold which is in every house in the U.S.” The underwriter is requiring sellers to do professional mold remediation which they don’t want to do. Our loan officer had the mold inspector write a letter to the underwriter stating that this is only common mold which is in every house in the U.S. Sellers only want to clean the area with Clorox. I do know that mold has to come from a water leak, humidity, etc & we were told by sellers that the fireplace had a leak but has been sealed up. Also, they recently built a deck off the upstairs bedroom & my sister-in-law was looking at the house & stepped in a puddle of water on carpet inside door to the deck. You can see through to the outside through a small crack in the door but sellers have pulled up the boards on the deck & said there was a problem with the flashing & that’s where the water was coming in which they supposedly repaired. The sellers have stated that if they have to do professional mold remediation, they will back out of the deal and rent the house. My questions are, 1. Can they rent the house knowing there is a known mold problem or should the health department & OSHA be called in. 2. If the underwriter agrees to the seller only cleaning the area with Clorox, would you back out of the deal? I am so upset with this because it is a very nice house but I do not want to move into a house knowing there is a mold problem. If there is a mold inspector or remediator reading this please tell me your opinion. Other opinions are also welcome. I have read all over the internet for something called “common mold” but can’t find anything that calls it that. I am also concerned that it might turn into black mold.
Townhouse under contract to sell, however leaking line found by Mr Dry Out flooded the second floor living room area. We willhave it dry in a few days. The wood framing is soaked, the drywall very wet, and the plywood subfloor very wet as well. There is a finished garage on the first level. Please visit us on the web: Http;//mrdryout.com
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