Winter is on its way, and along with it, colder weather. As temperatures begin to drop, it’s not as easy to get out and do what’s necessary to protect your home from potential damage or energy leaks.
For the last 100 years car drivers have relied on combustion fuels like oil and diesel to move their vehicles. This dependence on fuel will eventually create more problems in the future, especially since these types of fuel are limited and the reserves are running out.
Imagine waking up to see that your house is on fire—and then to find out later that the fire could have been easily prevented. The culprit: Your clothes dryer!
If you’ve experienced a waterlogged basement or a septic tank disaster, then you know how valuable a good plumber can be. These trades-persons have been making society a cleaner and more pleasant place to live since the days of the Roman Empire.
Personal injury verdicts are more common than you would imagine since they encompass any kind of injury to the body or mind.
As a homeowner, you have a big stake in the safety and cleanliness of your neighborhood. Perhaps you own a home or condo that’s part of a community and that shares common amenities, such as a clubhouse, pool, sidewalks, utilities and more.
Do you have a claims dispute with your construction contractor? Unsure how to go about it?
First, you’ll need to understand what a construction claim is. It is defined as a legitimate request for additional time and/or money made by the construction contractor due to a change in the terms of the contract.
Each year thousands of product liability claims are filed, which eventually lead to a plethora of settlements and verdicts being awarded to consumers who have been injured indirectly or directly by faulty or sub-standard products.