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By: Patty Z.
HL&M Renovations
My house was flooded by Hurricane Harvey. My neighbor whose house was also flooded signed a contract with HL&M Renovations and referred it to me. However after a week the neighbor told me that she fired HL&M Renovations because they did not know how to repair the house at all and advised me to stop using them. Their project manager also told me that he got rid of HL&M Renovations. Following is the main story what actually happened to me:1)When paying the deposit of $3,500, as advised by FEMA, to protest you from liability in case someone from the contractor gets injured in your property, I asked the owner of HL&M Renovations to show me their license and contractor’s insurance. The owner said that they have insurance but refused to show it. This made me very unhappy to pay the deposit.2)The first job of the contract is to clean. When the cleaning work was still not completed yet and their workers were still working on cleaning, the HL&M owner forced me to pay the second payment of $5,500 in cash. This made me very unhappy but I still paid them in full. Until now, all the caulking is still on the floor and cleaning work was the only thing that they did, but they already collected me $9,000. After that they no longer showed up.3)After trying to communicate with the HL&M owner a few times but they still did not come to work, I had to visit the business address under the name of HL&M Renovations, but only to found out that this is a residential house and an old man lives there, who told me that the owners of HL&M have never lived there and this is not an office. 4)I already received a call from the owner of HL&M Renovations that they would not do anything for me anymore and just the two-day cleaning was worth $9,000! I realized that I should have listened to our neighbor’s advice earlier.
By: Melissa C.
Allstate Insurance Agent: Wes M. Arnold
I have had multiply issues with this office. For the past year they have overtaken the amount on my account, causing me to almost be evicted more then once and not able to put food on the table for my children. As a single mother working two jobs and putting myself through school I am barely making it by. I am still waiting on the first "refund" check that took a hassle to get. When I call the office, I hear the laughter in their voice and giggles through out our conversation while being jumped around with no one being able to resolve anything. I have been told multiply times I will get a call back, I have been told " I don't know what your policy is someone else has to help you, she will call you back." Then I never receive a call back. SO I am hoping that leaving a negative response will get the acclamation I desperately need. This has been a battle for going on a year now while never seeing the money that is mine. I have had to borrow so much money to cover all the fees my bank has charged from Allstate, plus to cover my bills so I don't loose my home and can feed my children. So thank you Allstate for taking from a single mother, I'm positive your employees can feed their families and pay their bills. I JUST WANT THE MONEY ALLSTATE TOOK FROM ME!
By: sugarlandresident
Goldshire Developers
Keeps trying to sneak in tax-funded low-income housing into areas it clearly does not fit. If you insist upon building low-income apartments in an area of single-family homes, at least do it on your own dime.
By: dango579
State Farm Insurance: Polo Garcia
I have been with Polo Garcia for a long time. Excellent service and quick response to any question. Thank you very much!!!
Tips & Advices
Yes, they can cancel policies and also choose not to renew policies once they expire. This can happen for a variety of reasons:
  • Failure to pay premiums
  • Giving false information to an insurer
  • Failure to meet fire or security codes or other recommendations
  • Failure to meet established safety guidelines, like removing pools or trampolines
  • Filing too many claims
  • Failure to repair home damage that protects from needing to filing claims
  • Increase in criminal activity within your neighborhood area
No, homeowners insurance is a nondeductible expense. The only case in which it’s not is if part of the home is used home for business, then the square footage used for that purposes could be deductible.
Without homeowners insurance, you may be fully responsible for the costs of repairing damages to a home and for replacing belongings that get damaged or stolen. Also when applying for a home loan, most banks require that borrowers have home insurance. Banks treat these loans as investments and home insurance acts as a protection of these investments.
Earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, and other natural disasters are not typically covered by home insurance--there are separate insurance coverages for them that can be purchased.
It does not cover anything dealing with vehicles or items within vehicles. Protection from natural disasters is also rarely covered automatically.

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