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Category: Tax Credits for Hurricane Damage

Insurance Contract Interpretations and the Affect on Recovery of Damages

Homeowners across the Louisiana coast were affected by Hurricane Katrina. Many of those affected are still dealing with the stressful experience of rebuilding their homes, communities, and lives. Homeowners insurance is a boon to many when natural disaster strikes. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not always make recovery of benefits easy on the afflicted homeowner. The […]

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Louisiana Residents With Personal Injury Questions

For those Louisiana residents, whether you live in Lake Charles, Shreveport, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Kentwood or any other of the great cities across this state, looking for more information on their possible personal injury claim, check out our blog dedicated to these legal matters: Louisiana Personal Injury Blog This blog discusses the legal issues […]

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2008 Tax Break Reminders

2008 tax reminder from KATC – Louisiana homeowners have several ways to save money on their 2008 taxes. State Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is reminding homeowners that they can get a tax rebate if they were charged a Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. assessment last year. Some homeowners are eligible even if they don’t owe […]

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Commissioner Reminds Citizens of Tax Rebate Opportunities

During an interview with WBRZ, Louisiana’s insurance chief reminded Gulf Coast residents about tax rebates available to citizens in the wake of Gustav and Ike. Homeowners who suffered property damage from Hurricanes Gustav and Ike are eligible for two tax rebates and a tax deduction. Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon said property owners will receive […]

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