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    Why Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist Coverage Is Important to You

    Posted on November 18, 2010 by Edwin Lamberth

    The insurance law journal has written an article outlining the recent changes to Alabama’s manadatory automobile insurance law. The Alabama Legislature passed a law that requires everyone who drives a car in Alabama to have a minimum of $25,000 per person and $50,000 total insurance for personal injuries caused by negligent driving. The law also requires that people maintain $10,000 in property damage coverage. As one Senator pointed out, however, even that amount is not enough. “You certainly can’t buy a new car for $10,000 today,” said Senator Roger Bedord of Russellville.

    Further, many car wrecks can result in medical bills, lost wages, and personal injuries that easily exceed $25,000 or even $50,000. What then? Well, if you happen to be one of the lucky drivers who purchased uninsured motorist coverage, you might be able to recover the excess damages from your own insurance company through your underinsured or uninsured motorist coverage.

    Uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage is optional in Alabama, even though a lot of people think it is mandatory. It kicks in when the driver at fault in the accident has no insurance or not enough insurance to cover your losses.

    As Allstate Insurance Company has pointed out in its q a section on its website. how much underinsured motorist coverage you need is based on how much risk you are willing to take that other drivers in Alabama willl have the coverage you need to compensate you for your damages. Allstate points out, though that

    The good news is, it’s relatively inexpensive compared to some of the other coverages on the policy. Even though you’re getting hundreds of thousands of dollars in coverage, you’ll probably be paying tens of dollars every six months for this powerful protection.

    So, for just “tens of dollars” per year, you can get hundreds of thousands of dollars of underinsured motorist coverage.

    I can tell you many, many stories about clients who have come to see us with horrible injuries from a car wreck, only to discover that the party at fault has no insurance or doesn’t have enough insurance and assets to pay for the damages suffered. It’s even worse when I have to tell the client that he or she waived the optional underinsured motorist coverage available in Alabama or that he or she selected the minimum limits of $25,000 in underinsured motorist coverage.

    As I did just recently however, with a client from Mobile, Alabama, I sometimes get to deliver good news. This client had medical bills (not including lost wages, physical injuries, and other damages) over $100,000. The driver of the other vehicle that ran the stop sign had only $100,000 in coverage. Thankfully, my client had purchased underinsured motorist coverage of $250,000 to cover losses just like this one, and we were able to recover both amounts to compensate him for his loss. The additional $250,000 in coverage cost him just $30 per year.

    The point is this – there are lots of uninsured or underinsured drivers in Alabama. You don’t want to be the one left holding the bag if you get injured by one. Underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage is a necessary, and fairly inexpensive way, to make sure you and your family are protected from a loss.

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    Protect Your Property From Water Damage

    Water may be essential to life, but, as a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home or building. Homes as well as commercial buildings can suffer water damage that results in increased maintenance costs, a decrease in the value of the property, lowered productivity, and potential liability associated with a decline in indoor air quality. The best way to protect against this potential loss is to ensure that the building components which enclose the structure, known as the building envelope, are water-resistant. Also, you will want to ensure that manufacturing processes, if present, do not allow excess water to accumulate. Finally, make sure that the plumbing and ventilation systems, which can be quite complicated in buildings, operate efficiently and are well-maintained. This article provides some basic steps for identifying and eliminating potentially damaging excess moisture.

    Identify and Repair All Leaks and Cracks

    The following are common building-related sources of water intrusion:

    • windows and doors: Check for leaks around your windows, storefront systems and doors.
    • roof: Improper drainage systems and roof sloping reduce roof life and become a primary source of moisture intrusion. Leaks are also common around vents for exhaust or plumbing, rooftop air-conditioning units, or other specialized equipment.
    • foundation and exterior walls: Seal any cracks and holes in exterior walls, joints and foundations. These often develop as a naturally occurring byproduct of differential soil settlement.
    • plumbing: Check for leaking plumbing fixtures, dripping pipes (including fire sprinkler systems), clogged drains (both interior and exterior), defective water drainage systems and damaged manufacturing equipment.
    • ventilation, heating and airconditioning (HVAC) systems: Numerous types, some very sophisticated, are a crucial component to maintaining a healthy, comfortable work environment. They are comprised of a number of components (including chilled water piping and condensation drains) that can directly contribute to excessive moisture in the work environment. In addition, in humid climates, one of the functions of the system is to reduce the ambient air moisture level (relative humidity) throughout the building. An improperly operating HVAC system will not perform this function.

    Prevent Water Intrusion Through Good Inspection and Maintenance Programs

    Hire a qualified InterNACHI inspector to perform an inspection of the following elements of your building to ensure that they remain in good condition:

    • flashings and sealants: Flashing, which is typically a thin metal strip found around doors, windows and roofs, are designed to prevent water intrusion in spaces where two building materials come together. Sealants and caulking are specifically applied to prevent moisture intrusion at building joints. Both must be maintained and in good condition.
    • vents: All vents should have appropriate hoods, exhaust to the exterior, and be in good working order.
    • Review the use of manufacturingequipment that may include water for processing or cooling. Ensure wastewater drains adequately away, with no spillage. Check for condensation around hot or cold materials or heat-transfer equipment.
    • HVAC systems are much more complicated in commercial buildings. Check for leakage in supply and return water lines, pumps, air handlers and other components. Drain lines should be clean and clear of obstructions. Ductwork should be insulated to prevent condensation on exterior surfaces.
    • humidity: Except in specialized facilities, the relative humidity in your building should be between 30% and 50%. Condensation on windows, wet stains on walls and ceilings, and musty smells are signs that relative humidity may be high. If you are concerned about the humidity level in your building, consult with a mechanical engineer, contractor or air-conditioning repair company to determine if your HVAC system is properly sized and in good working order. A mechanical engineer should be consulted when renovations to interior spaces take place.
    • moist areas: Regularly clean off, then dry all surfaces where moisture frequently collects.
    • expansion joints: Expansion joints are materials between bricks, pipes and other building materials that absorb movement. If expansion joints are not in good condition, water intrusion can occur.

    Protection From Water Damage

    • interior finish materials: Replace drywall, plaster, carpet and stained or water-damaged ceiling tiles. These are not only good evidence of a moisture intrusion problem, but can lead to deterioration of the work environment, if they remain over time.
    • exterior walls: Exterior walls are generally comprised of a number of materials combined into a wall assembly. When properly designed and constructed, the assembly is the first line of defense between water and the interior of your building. It is essential that they be maintained properly (including regular refinishing and/or resealing with the correct materials).
    • storage areas: Storage areas should be kept clean. Allow air to circulate to prevent potential moisture accumulation.

    Act Quickly if Water Intrusion Occurs

    Label shut-off valves so that the water supply can be easily closed in the event of a plumbing leak. If water intrusion does occur, you can minimize the damage by addressing the problem quickly and thoroughly. Immediately remove standing water and all moist materials, and consult with a building professional. Should your building become damaged by a catastrophic event, such as fire, flood or storm, take appropriate action to prevent further water damage, once it is safe to do so. This may include boarding up damaged windows, covering a damaged roof with plastic sheeting, and/or removing wet materials and supplies. Fast action on your part will help minimize the time and expense for repairs, resulting in a faster recovery.

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    Property Boundaries

    Ever wonder where the exact line of your property begins or ends? Need to settle a border dispute with your neighbor? It is surprising how many people do not know where the precise edges of their boundaries are. Often, they have been lost in the many times their property has changed hands over the years, or assumed to be consistent with existing fences or landscape boundaries. The confusion over property boundaries is the basis of many neighbor disputes, including encroachments (or perceived encroachments) on one’s property. This section contains information to help you determine exact property lines, where property lines should be, and what you can do if your neighbor starts using your property without permission, either knowingly or unknowingly.

    Fences and Fence Ordinances

    The height, location, appearance, and materials used for fencing are often regulated by local fence ordinances; while some homeowners’ associations may place additional restrictions on fences. Most jurisdictions allow homeowners to get approval for certain exceptions, such as a higher fence. But many fence ordinances do not regulate the aesthetics of the fence, which means a fence cannot be ordered removed simply for being ugly.

    Most fences are built right on top of property boundary lines, which means the fence is the property of the homeowners on both sides of the fence. Therefore, its upkeep and eventually replacement is the responsibility of both homeowners. If tree limbs hang over the fence and into your property, you may legally cut those limbs but only if it doesn’t damage the health of the tree.

    What are My Property Boundaries?

    Ideally, the land survey or subdivision plot on file at your city or county clerk’s office will provide detailed information about the precise boundaries of your property. But these are not easily understood by the lay person and may require the help of a professional surveyor. A surveyor will access the corresponding documents and then use special instruments to mark the boundaries of your property. If there are several documents on file indicating different property lines, then the job may be more complicated and ultimately cost more.

    Changing the Boundaries by Agreement

    Property lines are not carved in stone and may be changed through mutual agreement. If, for example, the fence is too far in from your actual boundary — meaning a small piece of your property is actually on your neighbor’s side of the fence — it could cause problems when you try to sell your house. Getting the property line officially changed through a lot line agreement can remedy this, as long as it complies with local zoning and neighborhood laws.

    But keep in mind that your bank (or your neighbor’s bank) may not approve of a boundary change if one or both of the homes is still under a mortgage.

    When the boundary is changed, it gets recorded in the county office and made available to the public.

    An encroachment occurs when your neighbor intrudes on or over land with some kind of a structure, such as a fence or a deck that veers across the boundary line. Even if you personally don’t mind about the encroachment, it’s important to at least acknowledge its existence for when you sell the home. Sellers are obligated to disclose any known encroachments on the property, which could impact your ability to sell the home. An alternative is to change the boundary through a lot line agreement, which gets recorded in the official records.

    Click on a link below to learn more about property boundaries and their legal implications.

    Learn About Property Boundaries

    This article provides a number of things to keep in mind when dealing with fencing and neighbor disputes. Learn about fences and local ordinances, fences on boundary lines, and how to deal with a dispute.

    A collection of questions about fencing laws and disputes. Find answers to your questions about fence height limits, who’s responsible for the maintenance of a shared fence, unsightly fences, and more.

    When settling a boundary dispute, it helps to understand the terminology. This article provides definitions of boundary-related terms, including air space right, easement, dominant estate, lateral support, and more.

    A collection of commonly asked questions about boundary lines and disputes. Find answers to your questions about how to ascertain your exact boundary lines, reaching an agreement with neighbors, and more.

    An encroachment is when another person puts up a structure that intrudes onto your land. Learn about how to spot an encroachment, what you can do to remedy the situation, and much more in this article.

    Before building on your property or making any additions, it’s important to have the plot professionally surveyed. This article explains ten reasons why property owners should hire a surveyor.

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    posted: Monday, 31 July 2017, 10:07am by GG123 (2 responses )

    Looking for some help. we are two couples living in a house. we have lived there 14 months and the other couple 3 or 4 years. We pay the rent to the other couple who pay the landlord. We have two bills in our names. The landlord.

    posted: Sunday, 30 July 2017, 03:07pm by apartment share reassigning lease (3 responses )

    Hi I have a difficult situation. I signed a lease with one more person in Feb 2015, this person moved out in Sept 2016, so I took on a couple – let the agency know their names, PPS ect, so agency knows all about who I am shari.

    posted: Saturday, 29 July 2017, 01:07am by Gavin Pierce (1 response )

    I am currently having a dispute with my landlord 2 years ago myself and two housemates signed a 6 lease month for a house. It was *3 bedrooms *�1,200 total per month *�400 per person per month After the lease.

    posted: Monday, 24 July 2017, 05:07pm by ThierryT (1 response )

    Hello everyone, I am sharing a house with 2 other people and I will leave the house at the end of my renting contract with the letting agency on the 26th of August. The letting agency wants the next tenant to refund me.

    posted: Friday, 21 July 2017, 04:07pm by Dublin2 (5 responses )

    I rented my property for the first time, and we are 11 months through a 12 month contract. The tenant mailed me to say they are moving out, and will be using their deposit for the last months rent. Advised them to read the cont.

    posted: Wednesday, 19 July 2017, 11:07pm by Dill1996haha (1 response )

    Please help! Me and my flat mate entered a fixed term tenancy in May 16 for 12 months. After that time elapsed we entered a fixed term month by month contract with our landlord. Long story short I now want to move out of the.

    posted: Tuesday, 18 July 2017, 11:07am by Agneska1987 (3 responses )

    Hello, I have a question, I gave my notice of leaving at the end of last month (June). The apartment is owned by a lady but the agency handles the apartment. The apartment is rented by two people, me and another gi.

    posted: Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 03:07pm by new comer renting in Dublin (1 response )

    Hi, I decide to move one month later so I send a notification to my landlord, but she never replies. She doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’t reply my whatsapp, my text message, email and doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’t accept my call (I.

    posted: Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 08:07am by Evicted for family of landlord to get around press (7 responses )

    We were recently given 3 months notice that the rental property we had been in for 3 years was required for a family member of the landlord and so we must vacate. Vacation went ahead with no issues including the landlord giv.

    posted: Monday, 10 July 2017, 04:07pm by Can the landlady evict me if my housemates move ou (2 responses )

    Hi, I moved into a house with an existing housemate, replacing his previous housemate who left. When she informed the landlady that she would be leaving, the landlady agreed to draw up a new contract for the guy that s.

    posted: Thursday, 6 July 2017, 08:07pm by mary_2014 (2 responses )

    Hi, I\’m renting my former home by the room, the tenants all deal with me directly and each separately pay the rent into my account, I send them the bills and split it between them, they pay this into my account I pay.

    posted: Wednesday, 28 June 2017, 01:06am by bhamra (5 responses )

    hi i am tenant i living in apt since 5 years and this year landlord blame me that we didnt pay 2 months rent last year april and 2016 and july 2016 and our leased renewed in sept 2016 nearly year later he saying we didnt pay 2 mont.

    posted: Monday, 26 June 2017, 12:06pm by b_kk (6 responses )

    On the 15th of July, I will be moving in to a house (in a rent pressure zone) that is already occupied by 3 friends (2 are moving out and myself and another are taking their places), this is not a sub-let and we will be signing a n.

    posted: Wednesday, 21 June 2017, 07:06pm by Emot (3 responses )

    Hi, I have been renting an apartment for 2 years. Our current rent would be considered slightly lower than market rate, however we are in a Pressure Zone (4%) so the landlord cannot raise it substantially. In Decembe.

    posted: Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 09:06am by BZ (3 responses )

    I really have to get something off my chest because it makes me sick that it is always assumed that only the tenant can be blamed if there is a deficiency in a rental property! I\’m not Irish, but I\’ve been living in Irel.

    posted: Friday, 16 June 2017, 09:06am by BZ (13 responses )

    Since I have received here so far only an insolence and no useful answer, I formulate my question anew: What can be done to find quick help with a house, which was rented out with rising damp in the walls (= not caused by inapp.

    posted: Tuesday, 13 June 2017, 11:06pm by Larsson17 (4 responses )

    Help! Living in same house since end of 2012 initially living with landlord then in July 2015 he moves out and rents his room out to another guy Landlord moved back in two weeks ago and served me with a notice of terminat.

    posted: Tuesday, 13 June 2017, 05:06pm by BZ (2 responses )

    Hello, we rented a cottage 1 1/2 year ago. There is a lot of mould on the walls. We have told, write and show our landlord a lot of times, but he always comes up with new excuses, instead to get an expert to do the urgently need.

    posted: Monday, 12 June 2017, 07:06pm by Leaving the room where Im currently paying for (1 response )

    Hi For a week now I rented a room with no term contract. Unfortunately, I don\’t want to live here anymore. My housemate is drunk almost everytime I see him, he and his gf make a lot of noise at night (she doesn\’t pay rent.

    posted: Friday, 9 June 2017, 10:06pm by TMM14 (2 responses )

    I just received a lease termination for 56 days from my letting agent as the property is to be sold. I just want to know do I have to stay the full 56 days or if I find somewhere can I let the agent know I will be leaving early. Where.

    posted: Friday, 9 June 2017, 12:06pm by Luke123445 (1 response )

    hi guys so here\’s the deal: We are renting a place from the agency. We have far better communication with the landlord though, as the agency is rather unprofessional. Landlord lives abroad. We signed a lease for ano.

    posted: Thursday, 8 June 2017, 12:06pm by anseof (3 responses )

    If a tenancy will be in place for over 6 months on the 18th of this month can the landlord give 28 days\’s notice today (8th June) and not have to state a reason? Or should they have given 35 days notice and a signed declaration.

    posted: Saturday, 3 June 2017, 02:06pm by molotow (1 response )

    Hi, We were given non renewal of lease agreement letter as Landlord requires apartment for his own use. We have to give possession up on 20th of September 2017. We are about to apply for a mortgage and are afraid not to be a.

    posted: Friday, 2 June 2017, 11:06am by lfh (3 responses )

    I received a letter from my tenants asking me, the landlord, to clean the carpets in her house. She also asked me to tidy up the garden and hedges and to get a certified electrician to check the house. Any advice m much apprec.

    posted: Thursday, 1 June 2017, 11:06pm by Disgruntledtenant (1 response )

    Problem is that I lived in landlord\\\’s home so can\\\’t use RTB. Must I go to lawyer or is there another organisation I could use?

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