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Home Improvement
Michael Franco

Why Doesn't This Plug Fit Into my Outlet?

Encountering a plug that won't fit into an outlet can be a minor inconvenience or a major safety concern. Here's everything you need to know.

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Home Improvement
Leigh Morgan

5 Common Electrical Problems Homeowners Should Know About

Electrical systems have come a long way since the 1800s, but that doesn't mean they're infallible. Learn more about the five most common electrical problems and how to respond to each one if it happens in your home.

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Home Improvement
Andrea Burton

7 Eco-Friendly Home Upgrades and How They Affect Property Value

Sure, you’re concerned about your carbon footprint, but you still have bills to pay and a budget to keep. Before investing in eco-friendly home upgrades, see how much green going green can save you.

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Gwen Case

If Someone Else in the Building Causes Damage to My Apartment, Who's Responsible?

If a neighbor causes damage to your apartment, you could be facing significant expenses for something that isn't your fault. However, in some cases, you may be able to make the neighbor cover the cost of repairs.

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Leigh Morgan

3 Insurance Fraud Offenses You Might Think Are No Big Deal

Although insurance is helpful, it also comes with a lot of rules and restrictions. Before you file a claim, learn more about some of the actions that constitute insurance fraud.

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Gwen Case

If a Dog Bites Someone, Is It Put Down?

You may wonder if your dog will be put down if it bites someone. Understanding dog bite laws in your area can help you ensure that your dog and others remain safe.

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Leigh Morgan

What Are the Consequences If You're Found Guilty of Fraud?

Although corporate fraud gets a lot of attention, fraud also occurs at the individual level. Learn more about what can happen if you're convicted of a fraud offense.

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Gwen Case

The Condo Above Mine Flooded. Whose Insurance Is Responsible?

Who's responsible for water damage in a condo — specifically when the water comes from an upstairs neighbor?


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