Our garage caught fire in May 2015, we had a lot of content,that was collected over years, content that I was going to use to start a business, but didn't get to because it was destroyed by the fire, but the insurance company want me to write it off as business. Now they are requesting a second EUO, which I believe they are doing to delay payment. I'm from MS. Do I have to claim my content as business! Because I hadn't started a business yet? Can I record myself during an EUO, can I request a copy of the audio recording, if I feel there were error on the first transcript? What can I do to speed this process up
State: 
Mississippi

About The Expert

David Baria

David Baria is the elected Minority Leader of the Mississippi House of Representatives and practicing attorney from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. He is a partner in Baria-Jones with offices in Bay St. Louis and Jackson, Mississippi. David has practiced law as a consumer advocate for over 20 years and is a past President of the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and a Fellow of the Mississippi Bar Foundation. In his law practice, David has focused on bad faith cases and he assisted many victims of insurance company abuses in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which virtually destroyed his hometown of Bay St. Louis.