In Texas, can I require my tenants to have insurance coverage? I own a home, and I rent it out. It is worth about $175-$190,000. They have a dog. Can I require that they carry a liability policy for the dog? Should they carry anything that covers ...
You need to be aware that your homeowner's policy does not cover renters on the property at all. If they cause someone injury, there is no coverage. This means the party they injure has no choice but to try to find a way to hold you personally responsible in order to make coverage kick in. You need to make them take out a renters liability or, if you want to be sure they don'g get a policy that excludes the dog, have them get a dog liability policy. Also, if you have any knowledge that their dog is aggressive and you allow it to remain on the property, you are personally liable if it attacks someone.See question
On February 22, 2017 I was crossing the street in cross zone when a vehicle hit me for the back. The driver did not have insurance, no license, and did not owner the vehicle. There were about 6 to 7 witness and one is off duty police. The owne...
You should consult with another personal injury attorney just to see if there might me some other case to make such as a dram shop case or a case against the other driver's employer.See question
Rear end collision at signal light at busy intersection. Got hit from behind
That's like asking how long it takes for someone you are dating to propose. They might never do it if they think you will let them keep on dancing for free.
But usually the adjusters are fairly quick on dealing with the property damage claims but they tend to drag out the personal injury claim. If they are not trying to resolve to property damage promptly, there may be a coverage issue that they are not making you aware of.See question
last week my father was killed in a hit and run .the driver fled did not stop. my fathers story made the local news. few days later police arrested a man who addmited he was driving and was arested .can i seek copensation from this man car insuranse
Yes you can. There may also be other potential defendants. You should consult a personal injury attorney for a free consultation to determine if there are other potential defendants.See question
Back in December my chimney top fell on top of my car. I've been in dispute with the homeowner's insurance about them covering the damages to my car (I rent a house and am not responsible for structure, the homeowner/landlord should fix my car.) T...
Has the chimney been paid for? I wouldn't sign a release until someone has agreed to pay for all the damages. The release sounds like a standard release, but you should consult an attorney before deciding whether to settle the claim.See question
I broke my leg when I slipped on the stairs outside of my apartment. The stairs are in bad repair and a handrail is missing. The stairs are exceedingly slippery when it rains. Note: I was wearing slip resistant shoes at the time.
It sounds like there may be some code violations that contributed to your injury. I suggest you call an attorney who provides free consultations and discuss the case in detail if you were injured as a result of this incident.See question