A Vermont attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you mean a response in terms of a basic acknowledgement, that could take several days or a couple of weeks. The carrier could request additional information to verify the claim. If you mean a response in the...Read more »
I believe my landlord is colluding with my surrounding neighbors in order to gain information about the way I live so that they may navigate renters insurance the best way. For 6 months this has caused me extreme mental distress to the point where I tried to kill myself out of hopelessness and... Read more »
Hard to see how someone else affects your renters insurance but nothing you have posted appears to be unlawful. Also is very hard to see why you would elect suicide over just moving elsewhere. You would likely be better served to focus your efforts on getting adequate counseling and care rather...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. An attorney is likely going to want to see more details about the policy. If you could arrange a brief initial consult, an attorney might be able to outline the best options here, such as litigation or...Read more »
My car was stolen and recovered back in June 2022 and my insurance companies underwriting team did their investigation and sent me a letter stating they rescinded on my policy for material misrepresentation for not disclosing all licensed drivers in my household on the policy application. I tried... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. These can be difficult cases. In insurance law, there is a universal doctrine of good faith in representations made by the policyholder to the carrier. Depending on the amount of the claim, it could be worth...Read more »
My insurance company cut their contract with my healthcare provider in January 2021 without my knowledge. Now, they won't cover 80% of my bills for dialysis despite being my main insurance. When we signed up, we agreed to pay 20% while my insurance pays the rest. I've been attempting to... Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the coverage of the policy and the terms of the denial. Denials sometimes outline available recourses, such as appeals, arbitration, or the civil litigation that you ask about. If you arranged...Read more »
I had a sizable condo fire, and it was determined that it was the HOAs insurance policy that should make the repairs (not due to fault but bylaws- both parties agree). Suddenly, my HOA changed ownership a few weeks after the fire to a new company. Now the old HOA is saying that it is no longer... Read more »
The insurance company says they need an affidavit to determine the new owner of policy. The owner of policy was the Estate of my Father, C/O myself and the insured is my son. On the affidavit who should be listed as successor(s), both my Son & I or one of us?
My unit was broken into Sunday morning as this was viewed on their security camera footage following day. I immediately reported to P.D. and Management of storage and waited for someone to show Sunday when I was locked in overnight with no emergency number to call to get out. After explaining this... Read more »
Right off the bat I had to sign a huge stack of papers which I was kind of unsure signing to begin with, but it was a relinquishing my the information from all bank accounts all of my person to person pay apps that. my call log on my phone all any phone records. I also had to provide phone numbers... Read more »
You must have a basis to sue your insurance company. You cannot sue your car company merely for asking for documentation to support a claim you are making. To answer this question, more context is needed. What is the underlying claim you are making that would entitle you to insurance coverage?...Read more »
If you believe the denial was wrongful or in "bad faith," which it appears you do given your question on this site, speak with an insurance litigation attorney. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client...Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. A law firm would ask for additional information regarding the claim, denials, appeal, and other file documents before offering direction, but you could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above to search Oregon attorneys as a...Read more »
Claim made to offending party's insurer. How much property damage is the insurer liable for? Thank you. Damage was done for years prior to sale and continues (storm water). Damage caused by offending party negligently not following the law
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I could only speak for the insurance elements of your question, since you posted under Insurance Bad Faith. It could depend on the insurer's policy limits and whether it is a loss covered by the policy...Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It could depend on how you moved the car. At the same time, to your credit, the location of the car may not have left you with the choice of waiting 24 hours to move it. This depends on a closer look at...Read more »
Can I contact Seller to repair/or cover the cost? We just detected this issue because this is a guest room and we hardly use it. until now and found it leaks underneath the bathtub per Fidelity home warranty inspection/assessment. They told us the home warranty will not cover this. Appreciate an... Read more »
I cannot tell you whether your home warranty should have covered the problem without looking at the contract. However, you definitely have a potential case against the seller. The issue with the seller would be proving that he or she had knowledge of the leak. If there are is evidence of...Read more »
The insurance company says we had no damage. We of course have damage and have proven so in a 42+ page list of damages, etc from a qualified adjuster, etc. it is currently sitting in the LA E District Court. Both parties were given an order and “forced” to settle or mediate within 6 weeks from... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It would be helpful to see the court's orders and accompanying papers. But as a general matter nationwide, if court-ordered mediation fails, a matter could move back on the trial calendar. Without seeing...Read more »
I was in a car accident where a lady backed out of her driveway into me as I was driving by, so her bumper dragged across my entire passenger side and took off my mirror. I called my insurance agent, who told me I was to reach out to the other party's insurance, so I did, and waited till after... Read more »
My husband has double insurance coverage. 1 policy through his work (Grossmont Union High School district) and 1 policy through my work (San Diego Unified School District). He went through my policy and was originally given authorization for the back surgery. Now the insurance company is sending us... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to reach out to attorneys who handle health care claims. First, try to compile a complete file on the denial and its supporting documentation, such as EOBs. Also put together all the documentation...Read more »
What should my lawyer be doing to resolve this matter. The para legal said they did receive an email from the defense attorney to discuss the lawsuit before the deadline but she said she is working with my lawyers to figure out what is going on. Are my lawyers just being negligent, shouldnt they... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In all fairness to your attorney, they may be working toward trying to discuss the claim. You mention the paralegal receiving an email from defense attorney. Based on these brief facts, no one here could say and no...Read more »
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