I was at a stop sign, in the middle of the driveway, leaving a private drive with no designated turning lanes when i switched my blinker to turn the opposite direction due to heavy traffic. While waiting to turn another vehicle came from behind up on right hand side of my vehicle in blind spot.... Read more »
answered on Dec 30, 2021
This is one for the insurance companies to fight out but if you turned into them and they were sitting still then most likely you will be responsible party because you are responsible for your car in movement and making sure to clear obstacles.
The person I hit insurance are looking for reimbursement for the damages what can I do
answered on Dec 6, 2020
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could send copies of the requests made upon you to the company. Eventually, the attorney representing the person you hit is likely to identify the insurance carrier from information contained in the police... Read more »
The Total Loss Threshold is 60% in Oklahoma, the repair costs are currently around $25,000, the vehicle's value is around $37,000-$39,000.
Would they legally have to total it since it is over 60%?
answered on Apr 2, 2020
This is really a question for an Oklahoma attorney, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter without regard to any state-specific considerations, this issue comes up regularly in total loss determinations. Different states may use different thresholds. But where provided for... Read more »
I was given the key by the owner. I did take a drive her car for a while before being arrested, whereas the car was returned to either the insurance company or the owner. There was no damage to the car. However, they are suing me (insurance company) for a sum of money equaling 6,800 dollars... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2016
Presumably they have an appraisers report saying there was damage. You have to prove their wasn't. Won't be that easy.
answered on Dec 3, 2013
That depends on how busy the court is and how much pre-trial activity there is.
answered on Nov 20, 2013
We don't have enough information. It depends on whether the insurance is through your employer and whether insurance payments are addressed in your separate maintenance decree or agreement.
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