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March 2019 Archives

Time is of the essence when it comes to your homeowners' claim

If you have recently sustained severe damage to your residential property, we at LePley Law Firm know that you may feel paralyzed, overwhelmed by the circumstance and unsure of what to do next. However, in order to have any hope of receiving compensation from your homeowners' insurance, you need to act quickly. Contacting your insurer and filing a claim should be one of the first tasks on your list of things to do following damage to or destruction of your home. This is because there are limitations on the time you have to do so after the event occurs.

3 things you need to know about home insurance

When a family in Washington buys a home and purchases home insurance to protect it, they should have peace of mind that the property is protected in the event of an emergency. Unfortunately, there are times when an insurance company may not pay, or a claim may be denied because of something the policy holder was unfamiliar with.

What does workers' compensation insurance cover?

As a Washington worker, the law likely requires your employer to have a workers’ compensation insurance policy in place. This means that if you get injured at work or suffer a work-related illness, your employer’s work comp carrier must pay for your associated medical and other expenses.