Attorney Delma Alicea Your Noble Defender Abogada Delma Alicea Su Noble Defensora
Let us help you and your real estate agent achieve your goals with effective and affordable representation. Our services include contract review, negotiating terms and repairs, realistic advice, title insurance, title examination and closing document review.
Whether you are a renter who is leasing a house or apartment or a landlord who rents out real estate, there are a variety of reasons that you may need legal advice.
A mechanic’s lien is a legal claim against a home or other property. Mechanic's liens are typically used by subcontractors and suppliers when they haven't received payment for improvements they made to a property. They are a way to seek payment for the work done remodeling or improving a home.
Liens on your property can prevent you from getting a loan or selling your property. If you have a mechanic's lien on your property or are about to have repairs done, you may benefit from legal advice.
Attorney Delmarie Alicea has worked for two of the largest insurance companies in the US and the largest personal injury firm in the country. Her knowledge of both sides of the process gives her a unique advantage when negotiating and/or litigating personal injury matters.
Having worked at a high volume personal injury firm where clients never knew who their case would be assinged to or the priority it would have, Attorney Delma opened her firm to provide a truly personal approach to these delicate matters. She was a victim of a car accident at a young age and she understands how devastating physically and financially an injury can be.
Attorney Delma will fight for you to get the compensation you deserve! Delma will defend you!
To try to meet immediate needs following a disaster, FEMA provides disaster assistance as fast as possible to the survivors of the natural disaster. Later, however, as FEMA reviews cases, they sometimes determine that people received an incorrect amount of money or that they were not eligible to receive money in the first place. For instance, FEMA may provide money to cover a home repair, but, ultimately, insurance covered the same expense. Recoupment occurs when FEMA takes action to recollect money they earlier provided to a person for disaster relief. Individuals will be notified of this through a Notice of Debt Letter that will come from FEMA.
Recoupment can be pursued when money was used inappropriately, there is duplication of benefits, funds were obtained by fraud or financial aid was provided by error. If you receive a Notice of Debt letter, contact us to assist you right away. You only have sixty days from the date on the Notice of Debt letter to mail your appeal letter.