My daughter was in a car accident. It was her fault. Geico was the insurance company. 4 years after the accident she gets served because she's being sued. Geico never paid the claim. She was taken to court with the insurance company. The plaintiffs were awarded 3 million dollars. A judgment... Read more »
truck causing my car to roll over three times and land on its driver side an inch away from a house after going through a line of trees and a fence said that I was eligible for "expedited settlement" even though I wasn't ready to settle and did not ask to settle. I already have had 4... Read more »
The first thing I will say is of course you need counsel and her attorney and why if you are seriously injured he did not obtain representation is contrary to your best interest. Do not try to play lawyer with the insurance company or insurance companies and the other parties. If you were seriously...Read more »
Hurricane Irma hit the home in Plant City, FL, Sept 2017. HOI denied coverage and the HO Insurer's civil engineer assured disabled insured that the home was "structurally sound." The disabled insured remained in the home, relying upon the assurance of the Civil Eng, and became... Read more »
Possibly though a lot will depend on the duty owed by a contracting engineer especially if their scope was just structural, not enviornmental. Contact a member of the Fla Justice Association--they give free consults. Look for one that handles mold cases.
I am 1 month away from 5 years limit. I have been to sick to do anything. There is a primary and secondary both stalling. Primary which has had case 2 months just made very low offer not even covering bills.
Then my secondary which is my insurer didn’t think it was worth much, so I told... Read more »
You should have contacted a member of the Florida Justice Association. They give free consults.
I can't give you legal advice on Florida pleadings but one way would be to go to your county court law library, ask them to help you look up a recent case involving uninsured motorist law,...Read more »
I do not practice in Florida, but your question remains unanswered for three weeks. The facts here don’t indicate whether this is an auto, homeowner, or other type of claim. If the insurance carrier has issued a denial, you could show it to an attorney, together with all your information about...Read more »
I called to report the accident through the other driver that ran a red light and hit me. Called my ins and then called the other driver. They told me their driver has not filed a claim yet and asked what happen. No where in there during the entire conversation did they say his ins lapsed and he... Read more »
Hi on Aug 1 my husband was driving our Unregistered but insured in California SUV on the hwy in Florida when we got rear ended by a careless driver/Police report. We have major bumper damage as well as frame etc.I was taken to the hospital by ambulance/checked out and released..Insurance delayed... Read more »
Injured 2 years ago and still receiving treatment and therapy. I have a followup appointment with the doctor and the assign case nurse called me telling me she was going to be with me on my next followup appointment. Is this someting they could do?
Workers' Comp can assign a Nurse Case Manager to your file. We refer to them as the NCM. The NCM can meet with your doctors with or without you present. However, as a matter of practice, I send a letter to the carrier and NCM (if one is assigned) advising them I represent the claimant and...Read more »
My nephew was riding cycle home and a deer jumped out in front of him and he stuck it and recieved so severe injuries from the crash. The insurance company and tag office registered the vehicle.Now the insurance company said the cycle came up stolen and refused to pay for crash he now has... Read more »
It sounds like your son received some very serious injuries as a result of this unfortunate accident. Although it may be difficult to recover damages from an insurance carrier in this specific fact set, it is important to contact an attorney whenever a carrier has decided to void coverage (in this...Read more »
There is not enough facts to give any real answer. You need to consult with an attorney in your area to see what can be done in this case. The first step will be for the attorney to review the paperwork you signed to determine what effect the cancellation has on the contract. Typically they must...Read more »
Did you make a claim with the other driver's insurance company? Normally, they will pay no more than the "total" value of your car (what is meant by a car being totaled). So if your car's total value is paid, there would be no more due you for what you had paid in maintenance.
I have been paying 360 a month for 3 years and 12k down payment she has not put a dime into this car. Can she just come with police and take it or is there anything I can do from preventing this.she does not deserve a free car
Someone crashed into me back in June. The person's insurance company accepted the fault. They took forever to mail the check to my lien holder, and when they finally did the check came back as NSF. I've been contacting both my lien holder and the person's insurance company and the... Read more »
You can only sue the owner and driver of the vehicle. You do. It have a right or Legal ability to sue the insurance company. If you are saying that an insurance company issued a check which returned for insufficient funds you should contact the Florida Insurance commissioners office. That Office...Read more »
The owner of the vehicle had insurance PIP coverage. The police called the wrecker and had car towed to a place they contract with and owners insurance did not pay bill and did not send notice or letter to owner. Owner when to renew license and told lien from accident had to be paid. They... Read more »
typically you are responsible for your own towing. if the at fault driver has no insurance at all if am hoping have uninsured motorist coverage, if not you may be getting the bill on this one yourself. I suggest that you consult with a personal injury attorney in your area. While you may not...Read more »
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