If the other vehicle is one with 4 wheels, it is not possible for it to have auto insurance that excluded PIP - but in any event, that driver's PIP coverage, if any, would be for the purpose of covering THAT driver's medical bills. It is the LIABLITY coverage of that driver's policy...Read more »
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. The things you could do are probably things you've already thought of... posting signs requesting that drivers slow down, particularly if children play in the area. It's unlikely, but you could ask your...Read more »
A couple of weeks ago I rolled into an intersection and got t boned. It was not my car and I'm not in the insurance. The insurance company contacted the provider and is threatening to sue for this. (This is what I gathered over the phone call I just had with them) this is the first car... Read more »
Please see my answer to the last question. Assuming she has no coverage, mention that to the police. They will cite her, and that may, miraculously, cause her to produce the "oh, I forgot about this...is this what you mean?" policy she didn't want to involve in her misadventure....Read more »
My Insurance is going to contact her insurance, but they told me that they have to find if She has coverage. I’m using my insurance, but I have a deductible of $500, can I make her pay everything that I spent? The police report shows that is her fault, what can I do if She doesn’t have coverage?
A: Depends whether what you spend is legally recoverable. You definitely would be entitled to your deductible. In almost all instances, you are entitled to towing from accident scene to your house and/or repair shop. You are...Read more »
I was driving at around 40 mph to my girlfriend's house on a gravel road, and we came up a hill and there was a long row of gravel piled up in the middle of the road. This is a major arterial road, and there were no warning signs, so as a result, it destroyed my scrape guard underneath my car,... Read more »
A Nebraska attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. In many places, it could depend on the road and the amount of traffic it gets. Good practices would have involved cordoning off the gravel and putting up signs, just as you mention, so that it wouldn't be a hazard...Read more »
The law says you need to drive at a speed that will allow you to stop if something happens ahead. You indicate you may have not been able to stop. That raises issues. You should not make any more statements, not discuss this online. The insurance on the car you were in may give you an attorney. If...Read more »
people are backing out in front of me with i high degree of regularity if i hit the, i maintain my driving speed and don't swerve, if they don't get out of my way in time and i hit them, is it my fault?
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The GENERAL rule followed across the nation in virtually every state is that if you are on the main road, you usually have right of way over people backing into that road (barring factors such as speeding,...Read more »
I received a demand for payment letter stating that i was liable for a car accident i wasn't even involved with my sister was the one driving the car, my insurance denied the claim and now the person is coming after me for payment. can i be taken to court for this even if i wasn't even involved?
I totaled my car and when the tow truck came to get it, the driver told me that he would tow it free of charge in exchange for the vehicle. I agreed to that, but now I have a bill in the mail along with a release of interest form from the towing company. Does signing the release of interest form... Read more »
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for an attorney, even an Idaho attorney, to advise on the operation of the form you describe, sight unseen. But as a GENERAL matter nationwide, a release of interest form is used to convey ownership...Read more »
I work for a self driving car company in the Bay Area and I got into an accident today where I was parking the company car during my shift and I accidentally backed up into a parked car. All collision procedures took place and I left a note on the car. There wasn’t much damage to either of the... Read more »
it was my dads friends truck that i was driving i was at a stop sign and i didn’t see the car and they hit the front left side no one was hurt but was wondering if insurance will sue me because i am a minor without a license but on monday i am gonna go take my permit test i was already planing on... Read more »
Should I have waited for a trial? The defendant only had $100,000 coverage with no property. I was told if I went over policy limits she may file for bankruptcy. My medical bills was paid through Medicare with came to me for $17000 due to them.
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. If you signed the release and accepted the settlement, there's no point punishing yourself. You could ask your attorney if there are options with the lien - unfortunately, public agency health liens can...Read more »
I wasn’t driving my vehicle when it was in an accident, however the police report listed the driver of the other vehicle at fault. I put the property damage claim in with her insurance and in two days it was denied without any kind of investigation, I wrote a demand letter it was rejected. My... Read more »
As soon as the injured party (or anyone for that matter) has legal questions, one should consult with an attorney. In this instance, the injured party should consult with an accident/injury lawyer as soon as possible so that he/she can be made aware of his options and what is to be expected from...Read more »
Presumably, the nature and extent of your damages (injuries) remain contested. Therefore, at a minimum, counsel for the defendant will want to ask questions about your medical care, treatment, diagnosis, prognosis. Also, some details of how the incident occurred, and resulting vehicle damage,...Read more »
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