May 27th, 22 My car was hit by a drunk driver while parked. I reached out to their insurance for a settlement. It has been over 30 days since they approved the claim. However, they still haven't paid out. I have provided them with Photos, police report, and police documentation # to request... Read more »
These time limits you speak of (California Code of Regulations section 2695.7 do not apply to third party claims. The at-fault party's insurance company can simply refuse to pay. If that happens, your only recourse would be to sue the at-fault party. This is why it is almost always a...Read more »
I had full coverage insurance. My policy was auto renewed last October and was on auto pay. I just found out they didn't renew it in April and have been without insurance for a couple months now and was involved in a fender bender (which is how i found out it was cancelled). I called to... Read more »
In order to answer the question, it requires more information such as if there was a broker/agent involved as well, the policy language, any autopay agreements, etc. However, I will say that an insurance company is obligated to provide notice of cancellation due to non-payment of premium, pursuant...Read more »
I took my car to my Ins. Co.’s recommended Collisions Shop.While in for a complete tear down quote, the Shop caused additional damage to my car. They submitted a final quote to my Ins. Co. - which includes the cost to repair their... Read more »
Probably not. Look, insurance is a business. It is probably not worth their while to fully investigate what might have happened, especially when clearly, the insurance company is paying a claim anyway, just to save a few bucks.
It is pre-arranged; insurance companies are most collision...Read more »
Allegedly upon retirement, a covered Yardmaster had a time limit of 60 days to submit a $20 payment to retain the insurance upon retirement. Subsequently, because of this requirement, at least one yardmaster was denied the benefit. However, recently another yardmaster was granted the insurance... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could probably advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. In terms of your question on a class of plaintiffs, it could depend on the size of the pool of retirees. One option is to reach out to an employment attorney. Good luck
At first they told me they were going to deny it. The next day they said they would partially approve it. The day after that, they said that they again said they were going to deny it. So far - they have put nothing in writing. They reversed because my $11K damage to my walls, ceiling, and trim was... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult to speculate about the change in position without knowing more about the file in terms of the policy terms, damages, repairs, inspections, approvals, and other possible issues. If the reversal...Read more »
I took my car to pep boys because it’s belt was screaming. Had evaluation for 19.99 which I paid. Got estimates for $731. This is a covered repair and we had paid for extended warranty 3000. So call west coast, aka protective to get authorization. They told me I should take the car back to seller... Read more »
Unfortunately, automobile warranties are not considered insurance and there is no way to sue the warranty company for bad faith. At most, you have a breach of contract claim worth $731. Give the warranty company a reasonable chance to authorize the repair. If they do not, your best bet would be...Read more »
No one knows the allegations of every lawsuit filed, but the answer to your question is "no." Lawsuits do not allege murder or attempted murder. The closest you would get to that would be a count for wrongful death. Whether there is a lawsuit for wrongful death against an insurer that...Read more »
I was in a accident, the other driver was found 100% at fault. My hospital bill was $52,000. I was able to negotiate with the hospital to take off $14,000 leaving me with $37,000. The person Who hit me only had a bodily injury of $15,000. I have under insured bodily injury of $25,000 with AAA. My... Read more »
This was Kaiser MidAtlantic, South Baltimore location’s Head surgeon and a contracted neurosurgeon who refused minimally invasive procedures and newer 93% success rate procedures with shorter recovery periods. They prefer the 50 year old procedure that has 70% success rate initially, but within... Read more »
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It's going to be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful guidance on something of this complexity without seeing the file and the terms of the insurance coverage. If...Read more »
I informed my insurance company to base the new damage on the old claim. They said it's a new claim. I have a $4500 deductible. What is my best approach? The restoration team said they could not determine if it was related. So far they haven't informed me that I even have a claim and it... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to consult with an architect or civil engineer about the prospects of proving a common thread between both sets of damages. Given that the restoration team's position is that they could not...Read more »
You need an insurance coverage lawyer. You did not supply enough detail to get into the specifics of your case, but it sounds like you might have recourse against the insurance company if it paid out based on a forged document and you did not get the money.
I am looking for a lawyer to help me resolve my auto insurance claim. I got my car stolen last august and retrieved it the same month. My insurance refused to total the car out because they claimed it was fixable. It’s been 9 months and my car is still not repaired. I want to know if there is... Read more »
Whether or not you have a bad faith case against your insurance company comes down to a lot of details you did not provide. If you do have a case, you should be able to recover the entire rental car costs (not just the 90 days) plus other damages including financial damage, emotional distress,...Read more »
A Texas attorney should advise here, since statutes of limitations are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. In virtually all jurisdictions, statutes of limitations usually use the day of the accident as a reference point. A local attorney could provide specific...Read more »
A driver cut in front of me and slammed on their brakes. My dashcam clearly shows no cars in front of me when this driver cuts and attempts to get me to hit their car. They then stop, and go trying to bait me and stop again with no cars in front of them where you can clearly see a green traffic... Read more »
Willful wrong done by corporation. Have life insurance case 2 lawyers will take. But I feel the case warrants punitive damages. 2 trial lawyers fail to return call. Case is either Florida or federal. The life insurance policy was a single premium variable guaranteed renewable. It can be... Read more »
Only a Florida attorney could advise as to the limitation you mention, as it could involve state-specific law. But your question remains open for four weeks. As to the other more general legal issue you raise about warranting punitive damages, that is often up to the discretion of the court in many...Read more »
I sold my car years ago and use rental cars for work so I don’t have my own personal insurance besides on my credit card. I had always thought that rental car companies legally had to have state minimum coverage on their vehicles. How do I fight this?
He has to go through his employer to fix it. He has but his employer isn’t doing anything but his employer says he is. Is there anything legally I can do to get his name fixed so we can get the insurance that he’s paying for since march?
It seems odd that a mere spelling error on the insurance paperwork should prevent you from getting medical care for your child. If the child needs medical attention, ask the medical provider to contact the insurer and get the care pre-approved.
was hospitalized( was admitted), and given an emergency blood transfusion. Was this not an accident? Is needing a stat blood transfusion critical? And I was admitted to the hospital but because I wasn't there 24 hours they denied that claim as well?
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And it's possible that time could be of the essence in responding to the denial. I am very sorry for your ordeal.
The short answer is that an attorney consult could be valuable here, unless you are...Read more »
I went to court for a car accident. I was injured and not at fault but our cars didn't see much damage. I won but the settlement wasn't high enough to cover my treatment and etc so I filed an appeal but my attorney at that time refused to move forward with Me through the appeal So I did... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You ask if it is possible for defendant's insurance company to pay only select medical bills. In GENERAL NATIONWIDE, if your payment is coming from the bodily injury/liability department, they may not...Read more »
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