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Ed Speaks

R&R Editor-in-Cheif Michelle Blevins hosts The Restoration Lawyer, Ed Cross about his efforts with RIA’s Advocacy & Government Affairs Committee

Xactware Founder, Bill Loveland, Responds to Questions from Ed Cross About Xactimate.

Xactware Founder, Bill Loveland, takes the stage at RIA’s 2019 Fire Summit after expressing a desire to set the record straight about what he had heard from AGA.

He agreed to take questions and responded to pointed questions from Ed Cross about the accuracy and stagnation of Xactimate prices, the imperfectness of their system, their intention that Xactimate prices only be used for “reference,” and Xactware’s commitment to work with RIA to improve the process.

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Restoration Law Blog

Sanitizing and Disinfecting Service Companies Need Pest Control Business License

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NASCLA Sting
Restoration Law Blog

National Contractor Licensing Agency Coordinated Sting Operations Across the Nation

The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) coordinated sting operations resulting in 775 cases of non-compliant state licensing requirements. This synchronized national enforcement effort targeted: Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina (2), Oregon, Texas, and Utah. The intention was to combat “the increased illegal unlicensed activity nationally” and Read More

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Restoration Law Blog

Jordan v. Allstate Ins. Co.: Failure to Conduct a Full, Fair, and Thorough Investigation on a Claim?

Most insurance policies contain terms that are hard to understand, and the policies are often written ambiguously and confusingly. Besides providing coverage, policies also assign responsibilities to the insured and duties to the insurer. One duty is the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. A moniker for the breach of this covenant is Read More