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Answered 1 day ago by Stephen A. Black
contact personal injury counsel ASAP. It sounds like your spouse has a very good case against the homeowners insurance company..Good luck
Answered 3 weeks ago by Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
You'll like need to retain a lawyer to review the issue directly and work with you to make any insurance claims under your liability insurance etc.
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