The answer depends. In South Carolina, an insured is any named insured and in home resident relative unless that relative is a named excluded driver on the policy, but of course other rules apply at that time. You should consult an attorney who handles auto accident litigation....Read more »
11/2020, son was involved in minor parking lot auto accident- backing out of a parking space in a corner lot when a man driving a company truck cut through the lot to avoid a traffic light causing a minor collision. No damage to either vehicle because my son was in reverse and barely moving. Guy... Read more »
You (and your insurance company) are responsible for damages caused in the collision only if you (in this case your son) was at fault in the collision. Additionally, the person claiming damages has the burden of proof of more likely than not to show that the damages he asserts were caused by the...Read more »
My father's bank refuses to pay me by telling me that my father did not contributed the last months before his death without giving me any official paper or proof. My father contributed to this insurance for more than 30 years and it's a shame not to get any penny..
I'm sorry for your ordeal that makes a difficult situation even more painful. It appears you've already requested records. It's difficult to offer step-by-step instructions here, as the next step could possibly require litigating the claim, depending on the situation. Reach out to...Read more »
sometimes the same day and still a no show. Then when they do provide trip to appt. they are 2hrs late on return pickup. Is this consider Insurance Bad Faith? Especially since my son has high function Asperger's but was unable to do these appt. alone because transportation was completely... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. No, as a general matter, something like that is not generally considered bad faith, unless it was done with some kind of deliberate harmful motive. It could simply be difficult transportation arrangements. Bad faith...Read more »
If someone received a ticker for Financial Responsibility (No Insurance) and they showed the court they had a policy during the date of ticket is the case dismissed immediately or is the insurance policy verified? Not speaking of fake insurance but if you can't remember if it was cancelled or... Read more »
My mom and aunt share a name and birthday, different years, she claims her insurance was canceled in 2018 because they thought she was my mom who died in 2016. Her insurance Risa asking for my moms death certificate to reinstate her . I assumed her ssn would be enough .
More details are needed and I wish you had spoken and/or hired an attorney about this already, however what's done is done and hopefully you have not lost any rights-----you need to speak to an injury/accident lawyer in your area and discuss your options----use the Find a Lawyer tab and search...Read more »
a business is allowing a doctors office to “recruit” patients on its premises. one of the managers is receiving a referral bonus (cash) for every employee that goes and has any procedure (bonus is from the dr office not from the employer). on top of that the doctors office offering new... Read more »
Our 20th anniversary Kauai trip was planned for 4/01 - 4/08. All back up documentation was given to Red Sky Travel Insurance, including the "Attending Physician Statement" but I was still denied reimbursement. Red Sky Travel Insurance company replied with "after testing positive... Read more »
It's a little unclear what happened here, but it sounds to me like grandma bought a policy with you as beneficiary, later canceled that policy, and bought a new one with her as beneficiary. If that's the case, its her money. Were you paying any premiums? Do you have the policy documents?
Why would a insurance company breach a settlement agreement?? I settled a property damage claim with an insurance company. Property damage 60k Personal property also 60k. Under the settlement agreement they had to do work on my condo to make the condo watertight, hiring an engineer for... Read more »
If you do not have an attorney, then I certainly recommend that you hire one at this time to assist your in either enforcing the settlement agreement and/or reaching an alternate resolution-----a lot of times the insurance company will not proceed accordingly without an attorney on the other side.
the insurance company is trying to subrogate against me for almost 20k and are not willing to work out payment plans under $900+ per month, which i’m unable to afford. Also, the other driver was my neighbor at the time and he only had his bumper and tailgate replaced as a result of the accident,... Read more »
Bankruptcy. Talk to a bankruptcy attorney. You may qualify for a full discharge under Chapter 7 or a 3-5 year payment plan for a portion of the debt with small payments under a Chapter 13, and then discharge the balance. If the insurance company hasn't obtained a court judgment against you...Read more »
Hello I put in a claim with at fault insurance for damages to my car, they deny me in 2 days. Almost 2 months later they change it to 60%, I reject it because their client was fully at fault. A year later the person that was driving my car wins his personal injury claim for $25k, six months after I... Read more »
I have been told that I have burglary coverage, but not theft coverage and that is why they cannot honor my claim. The "theft" occurred inside my locked door to my apartment bedroom. The representative told me because there is no proof of forced entry into my room it is therefore, theft... Read more »
There was an accident that happened over 2 years ago and I received a call saying that I have a Subrogation claim against my a claim agency called Recovery Partners. They're saying that I have to pay $6500 or they'll file a Lawsuit against me.
They called me 4 days after I reported that I was in a collision and informing them that I was at fault. They said that they will cancel my policy and will not cover the accident because I did not report my 15 yr old brother as a household member and he was in the vehicle at the time of the... Read more »
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