What is a notice of loss? A notice of loss letter is the first step in recovering from homeowners or auto insurance.→ Read More
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How does auto insurance fit regarding property damage?→ Read More
With an absence of fault, potential assumption of risk, and even possible comparative or contributory negligence, it’s very unlikely that the field, team, or player(s) would be liable for any damage done to a vehicle near a ball field.→ Read More
If a jeweler damages my ring, can they keep it while determining what compensation I will receive? Can I force them to give it back and have them pay for repairs?
There are two different issues here: The first is physical control over or access to the ring. The answer to that is, it is your ring, that is, your property. The store, the jeweler, or indeed, anybody else, has no right to tell you what to do with it or keep it against your will. If they refuse to return your property on demand, you might consider contacting the police. Keeping someone’s property without their permission is theft.→ Read More
What recourse do I have when personal property I stored at work was damaged by rain and flooding due to the negligence of independent construction contractors doing renovations at my employer’s office?
If the contractors who were responsible for the damage of your personal property were truly “contractors,” then your boss is not liable for your loss….→ Read More
Kids get into trouble all the time, but especially on nights like Halloween when they have free rein to roam the streets hopped up on chocolate. What happens if your child damages someone else’s car or house? Can you be sued for their mischief?→ Read More