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A Valid 998 Offer Does Not Require an Acceptance Line

In October 2013 the Fourth District Court of Appeal further clarified the requirements for a valid Code of Civil Procedure section 998 offer in Rouland v. Pacific Specialty Insurance Company.1 During extremely heavy rains of 2005, a portion of Lars and Lisa Rouland’s (Plaintiffs) home, which is located close to Bluebird Canyon in Laguna, California, […]

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Love thy Neighbor

Within our common interest residential communities, news of social events tends to travel somewhat faster than would be the case in larger communities. It is not uncommon for romances to develop by and between our single friends in common interest developments, as a result of the somewhat more frequent contact that occurs in community associations. […]

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Actual Cost Coverage or Replacement Cost Coverage

Buying a home, for most of us, is both an exciting and overwhelming experience. During the transaction we are inundated with mounds of legal documents that our real estate agents are all too quick to hurry us through. Later, when it is time to call our insurance agent to discuss coverage for our new home, […]

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Dog Ownership Take’s A Bite Out Of Your Insurance

Is Your Dog an Acceptable Risk? Dogs, as we all know the old adage are “Man’s Best Friend.” Many people love them. I have three dogs. But what most people don’t think about when they longingly gaze at that “doggie in the window” is how dog ownership can, in some instances, adversely affect the ability […]

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