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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Missruffin39 answered:
I had a very bad dog injury an the homeowner refuse to give my attorney the insurance company name how can I get it he's giving my lawyer a very hard time the pitbull ripped off the back of my leg please help ... more
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Sun Jun 25, 2017
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Mon Jun 13, 2016
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Fri Nov 6, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
I'm not sure what you meant. Are you trying to find out the name of the HOA for a certain community? You can try googling it.
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Wed Jun 3, 2015
Jason Washington answered:
I would have to say contact an insurance agency as well as a lawyer. You need to know the law in your area. Although they may allow you to obtain the policy, it may not be the best law abiding decision. As if the second party had an issue with it under any circumstances something were to go wrong, you may be held liable in a civil court of law for monetary damages and casualties. What seems like it would be logically the thing to do sometimes takes a little more analytical skills to figure out. Wouldn't be the best decision without some type of agreement between the 2 of you in writing. It could come back to bite you later, like meeting your dream woman in a foreign country, and getting married to her without a prenup. And you're the millionaire! Get the proper advice from the right channels. ... more
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Wed Jun 3, 2015
Jason Washington answered:
Have the dogs attacked anyone or caused any issues within the neighborhood? This is something to consider before assuming they are vicious or a threat to an insurance policy. If they are a disturbance, and depending on where you live, you may want to check with the homeowners association to see what they're policy is for breeding animals within the neighborhood. They may need some type of permit in order to do so. May not solve your issue but it could raise awareness that this is going on and to watch out for the signs of a future issue that could arise. ... more
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
Nicole Ford answered:
Ron is absolutely correct about privacy issues from a Mortgagee as well as insurance carrier's perspective. Most counties have an online appraisal district website with public records of owners. Sometimes it is accurate and sometimes not, but definitely worth a shot if you can't speak with the owner about the matter directly. ... more
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