5 ways to deal with a difficult landlord

5 ways to deal with a difficult landlord

If you are renting a place to live in, it is important that you have a good relationship with your landlord. They will deal with any problems you have or any who have problems with you. A good landlord helps ensure that everything in your home runs s...

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Motorcycle safety tips for car and truck drivers

You’re on the road and you see a motorcyclist coming up behind you. In most cases, a driver will make note that there is a motorcycle near him or her and pay close attention. But with hours and hours of driving every week, it’s not uncommon that ...

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4 examples of bad faith actions from insurers

Getting in a car accident, having your home destroyed in a storm or losing a loved one in an accident are all tragic, life-changing events. The devastation each one can cause is often overwhelming, and people going through these difficult times typic...

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What is considered ‘normal wear and tear’?

If you rent property, you likely signed a lease and put a deposit down in order to do so. In that lease, you may have noticed language stating that a landlord can keep portions of the security deposit to cover repairs and damage outside of normal wea...

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Recent Texas accident shows danger of out-of-control trucks

Many people think back to their high-school days with fondness. If you were fortunate, they were the days of school sporting events, dances and cruising with friends. Maybe you even have specific memories of taking a field trip and joking around on t...

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4 essential steps to take in vacating a property

If you are getting ready to vacate a property because of the end of your lease or an eviction, the process can be overwhelming to say the least. Moving all of your belongings, finding a new home or storefront and ending your relationship with your fo...

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