Category: Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corporation

Property Damage Claims: Trouble With Your LaCombe, Slidell, Little Woods, Marrero or Bush Hail & Wind Damage Adjuster? Consult With New Orleans & Baton Rouge Insurance Lawyer For Hail & Wind Damage Victims

While some longstanding State Farm policyholders may still have a fixed $500 deductible, most Gretna, LaPlace, New Orleans LaCombe, Slidell, Little Woods, Marrero and Bush Homeowners suffering structural damage due to the Spring Hail Storms and tornadoes will probably face a deductibles based upon a percentage of the structural policy limits instead of a fixed

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Where Are Louisiana Insurance Laws Found?

Louisiana Insurance Laws are found primarily in Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 22. The laws are set forth as follows: Revised Statutes TITLE 22 RS 22:1 Louisiana Insurance Code RS 22:2 Insurance regulated in the public interest RS 22:2.1 Redesignated as R.S. 22:42 by Acts 2008, No. 415, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2009. RS 22:3 Composition

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Louisiana Policyholders Get Money Back Now; LA Citizens Special Assessment Is Expected For The Next 15 Years

Many homeowners I know are unaware they may be entitled to a refund of the Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Special Assessment paid along with their regular homeowners insurance premium. The assessment is paid in addition to her normal homeowners insurance premium and is listed separately on the Declaration page of the homeowner’s policy as

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Duty of Louisiana Workers Compensation Corporation To Defend

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