Introduction

Thank you for buying the book When Bad Things Happen to Good Property. Hopefully you have found it interesting, informative and most of all helpful. The book was written to help readers understand how property value is affected by adverse environmental events. It was our hope that this book could be used to help property owners or representatives of property owners pursue compensation for damages related to this type of value loss. Ideally we hoped the book would empower damaged property owners to pursue their rights as defined by both legislation and case law.

To evaluate how effective these goals and objects were in practice, we would like to know why you bought When Bad Things Happen to Good Property and whether the information was helpful and/or useful. We have designed a brief survey to evaluate the book’s utility. We would appreciate your feedback. Thank you in advance for your time and effort. Please see (www.rasimons.com) for a few questions. The beginning part of the survey asks you who or what you are and why you thought this book would be useful. The rest of the questions are about how the book was used, if it was helpful and how it could have been more helpful.

* 1. Are you a/an?

* 2. If you are a university or library, who took the book out to read ? Could we contact the end user for comments ?

* 3. What was the purpose for buying the book ?

* 4. Was the information in the book:

* 5. Was the information in the book:

* 6. Does the information in the book need to be updated, expanded and/or explained in more detail ?

* 7. Does the information in the book need to be updated, expanded and/or explained in more detail ?

* 8. Did the book help you recover losses without an expert or allow you to pursue a lawsuit with a better understanding of how to calculate loss?

* 9. Was the Big Matrix used to validate a loss and/or calculate the amount of the loss?

* 10. If you were involved in a legal case, was it:

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