The ins.co has said payments had lapsed but was reinstated and paid up at time of death. But also are claiming that they were given false information about the facts of deceased health. The policy was over 7yrs old and the person who was handling finance issues was not beneficiary.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The short answer is yes, they can deny a claim. And there can sometimes be worthwhile grounds on which to challenge a denial. Not to evade a simple answer here, but a Georgia attorney who handles litigation of life...Read more »
I rear-ended another vehicle while working and driving the company vehicle and I am an employee and not a contractor. My employer he's trying to deduct money from my paycheck and I need advice on how to deal with this since the employer is liable for the cost. What can I do to prevent or... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. From the standpoint of insurance, your employer should have a commercial policy in effect for the vehicle. That should cover third-party liability claims. I hope you were not injured, but if you did require any kind...Read more »
It depends... on the facts, the injuries, the adjuster, the insurance company, the status of your case, and even the attorney representing you. No random lawyer can answer a question like this without specific details. Consult with an attorney or several attorneys to get a better idea of the...Read more »
I got into a wreck on the afternoon of 12/17. Fault wasn't determined at the scene, and no tickets were issued. I didn't immediately file a claim with my insurance due to stress and mental health issues (it was the 5-yr anniversary of my dad's death). I also needed to get a microSD... Read more »
You should contact an accident/injury lawyer in your area to specifically discuss your matter-----most attorneys who receive calls and inquiries about this subject matter will provide a free/complimentary consultation.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The dispute you describe sounds like it met an impasse between your assertion for a new foundation and the insurance carrier's position. One option may be to reach out to Louisiana attorneys to determine...Read more »
havent recieved anything yet. My husband even emailed them once and they requested all the paperwork again, to which I took to funeral home to resend. Last wk funeral home called ins co. again and they said they havent recieved yet..what can I do ?
Her insurance company is refusing any responsibility of coverage because husband is an “Excluded Driver”. The issue is that he is an excluded driver because of a medical problem. Seizures. He’s been excluded for approximately ten years. He has what his Dr. Describes as “Walk about”,... Read more »
Was he charged with traffic violations? Does he want representation for that? Most traffic violations are written as strict liability which do not depend on intent of the driver, so they may be difficult to defend based on medical conditions. However, a judge may grant a "probation before...Read more »
Hello. I want to return my car because I plan on buying a house early 2022 and don't want a car payment listed as a bill when I apply for loans. I got into a wreck last month. I only have pip insurance. It's a fairly large dent in the driver side of the door. The person's insurance... Read more »
I'm a health care provider. Several years ago I received a single-case agreement on a client. When I billed for services rendered under that agreement I was repeatedly denied for various reasons that were not applicable to the single case agreement. 20 sessions remain unpaid. This was in... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. But it would probably be difficult for ANY attorney to advise meaningfully based on the brief description here. An attorney would likely need to see the agreement, the treatments rendered, basis for denials (medical...Read more »
I was in a hit and run car accident in September resulting in severe damage to my left foot and left hand. We have met our deductible and out of pocket max with medical insurance due to the surgeries I have required. I will have to pay those again when the new year comes because I am still... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your aggravation being compounded by the demand for the repayment of cost of your medical services. Unfortunately, these situations can arise where health insurance carriers assert liens against...Read more »
I am the beneficiary of a Guaranteed Life Insurance from Gerber Life that started June 2019. The insured passed away on March 27, 2020. I filed a death claim with Gerber Life but there was a delay in obtaining his death certificate due to the pandemic. I finally was able to send in the required... Read more »
Aloha, blunt force trauma is exactly that - an injury caused by blunt force, whether applied intentionally by another person, or due to accidental circumstances. It is more a medical term than a legal term. It just describes the type of causation, not the state of mind of the individual...Read more »
I have a very large chest and as such I also suffer from crippling back pain. It has gotten to the point I can no longer function normally and cannot even get out of bed some days due to sciatica. I tried to get my insurance company to pay for a breast reduction and they denied me. In... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the back pain. In terms of having a case on which to sue, a law firm could offer a more meaningful response after reviewing the file with the input of medical professionals. What you are really probably wondering is whether you could sue in a manner where a law...Read more »
their vehicle and get the purse of the person on bail and make the signer get into the purse and pull out a credit card and run the card for 3500 dollars and then bring the person on bail out to the desk still handcuffed and force them to sign a collateral receipt and take 50 dollars cash from the... Read more »
For this issue, you must consult a criminal defense attorney (either hired by you or court-appointed). Bail bondsmen have certain limited powers to detain a defendant who has failed to appear in court while on bond. Whether the one in your situation went beyond their legal powers is a question...Read more »
In negotiations with insurance, though talk have stalled. They only went up 300 dollars from initial offer on a total losS they have not been able to provide information on how they arrived at that number of 8,000 when I see car for sale for 10000 to 12000 I even provided them direct links though... Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise nationwide, insurance carriers do not have a statutory obligation to settle all claims. They have an obligation of conducting the claims process in good faith. But it is not necessarily bad...Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It could depend on their standard policies. The determination to total out is generally based on certain thresholds, where a carrier would not pay for repairs beyond replacement cost based on market value...Read more »
My mom passed away from cirrosis in June and the insurance company denied her claim. Since then My step-dad was trying to be in control of paying the medical bills but he is elderly and received a collection notice from one doctor which means he's missed some of the bills. I'm the... Read more »
You need to discuss your options with an Arkansas probate lawyer. Your mother's estate may be insolvent and the bills may not need to be paid. The house may be protected depending on how it was titled. You need to discuss your options with a lawyer. You probably are not liable for any of the...Read more »
I'm going to need a lot more information to answer your question. Is it an auto claim? Whose policy are you on? Why are you on the wrong policy? Did the insurance company deny your claim? If so, what reason did the insurance company provide?
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