Condo-HOA Blog - JimGuse
Better a Dead Horse Than a Dead Claim
In about five minutes, you are going to think to yourself, "I feel like I've heard this from him before." Allow me to save you the trouble, what I am going to say I have definitely said before. read more
Why Won't My Insurer Accept My Friend Request?
Unless your insurance company is friends with you on Facebook, it probably isn't reading your thrice daily updates on your life. While most people don't want their insurer keeping daily tabs on them, it may be in your best interest to keep your insurance company informed. Failing to keep your insurer in the loop may cost you a lot of money. read more
Working From Home
As we approach day 26,789 of the Covid-19 crisis, many of us have come to the realization that our "work from home" experiment is proving to be more permanent than we originally planned. Suits and ties have been replaced with sweats and t-shirts, the business attire "mullet" has been created for Zoom calls (business on top, leisure on the bottom), and desks have been replaced by comfy sofas. And, while many of us are adapting to this new normal, there are some insurance issues you may not have considered. read more
Dance Like Nobody is Watching, But Email Like Everyone is Watching
You've probably all heard the saying, "dance like nobody is watching." It is likely hung on a friend's wall right now, just feet away from a Live, Laugh, Love sign. And, while I wholeheartedly support that sentiment, I offer some practical advice: email like everyone is watching. read more
Time Keeps on Slippin', Slippin', Slippin'
As we enter the seventh year of this quarantine (feels like it doesn't, it?), we are now accustomed to offices, stores, etc. being closed. Cities, states, and the federal government have made numerous efforts to help with rent, mortgages, and other debt. Courts across the country are closed and many pending cases are frozen for the time being. Some courts are taking efforts to freeze the statute of limitations on certain claims while other courts have specifically dictated that statutes of limitation are NOT frozen. read more