Category: Insurance


Roof Replacements and Florida Senate Bill 76: What You Need to Know

Jul 19, 2021 - Construction, Insurance, Real Estate

By: Christina M. Diaz | Ansbacher Law Is the roof on your home more than 10 years old? The cost […]

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Homeowners’ Insurance Policies – Know the Difference Between Named Peril and All Risks Coverage

May 11, 2021 - Business Law, Construction, Insurance, Real Estate

Homeowners’ insurance policies are generally written to provide coverage on either a “named peril” or “all risks” basis.  A “named […]

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What Should You Bring to an Attorney Consultation?

Apr 21, 2021 - Business Formation, Business Law, Condo & Homeowner Associations, Construction, Construction Defects, Insurance, Personal Injury, Real Estate

When dealing with legal matters, a consultation with an attorney is often used to help determine the extent of the […]

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I’ve Been Served a Lawsuit…What’s Next?

Jul 14, 2020 - Business Law, Condo & Homeowner Associations, Insurance, Personal Injury, Real Estate

It’s always a little unnerving to be served a lawsuit, and sometimes more so to start one. At Ansbacher Law, […]

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Protect Yourself When You Get A Check From An Insurance Company

May 28, 2020 - Insurance

If your insurance company sends you a check for partial damages, partial coverage, or an amount lower than the full […]

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