If she has insurance make a claim against her insurance company. If she is uninsured and you have collision coverage on your policy, make a claim with your insurance company. If you were injured in the accident, contact a personal injury lawyer in your area.
I was driving my friends moped and hit his car. His car was about 5 feet away from where I started. The front plastic on the moped is broken and his car has a lot of scratches on the bumper, but I believe there were a lot of pre-existing scratches because it's from 2009. He wants to get the... Read more »
You should seek a free consultation with a medical malpractice lawyer in your area. You can try the "find a lawyer" tool on this site to search for lawyers. A word of advice... if you are thinking of bringing a medical malpractice case on your own, think twice.
I parked during the day in an outdoor 24/7 lot with an onsite attendant. When I returned in the night, my car was broken into and some belongings were stolen. I was never informed that the attendant might leave (and just leave a note on the booth window with a phone number for issues instead of... Read more »
From what you state the parking lot may be held responsible, If you have full coverage on your vehicle, the best thing would be to go through your insurance company and let then go after the parking lot owner.
Had 4 surgeries in the past year, months after second injury I wound up in hospital with pancreatitis from being prescribed Mobic which I later found out could cause many health issues... after 4th surgery anesthesiologist informed me heart function slowed & basically stopped during surgery,... Read more »
I'm seeking advice for my daughter's day care teacher. Her husband went to Loudoun Hospital for a simple procedure and died before the surgery even started. He was fine beforehand, laughing, no signs of illness, etc. The hospital still charged the insurance $8,500 for the procedure... Read more »
What should be done if you were rear-ended and both parties supposedly had the same insurance company? Now the defendant was not covered at the time of the accident and the insurance company wants you to pay the deductible to get the vehicle fixed. I was not at fault, why should I have to pay out... Read more »
If the other vehicle was not covered at the time of the accident, you can sue him personally for your damage or make a claim through your insurance company. Yes, you will have to pay the deductible. But once your insurance company fixes your car, they will go after the other driver for...Read more »
During a DOT physical the appointed DR touched me in a very inappropriate way... I feel very shamed by the way I was touched and humiliated at work by reporting the issue... now no attorney wants to discuss my claim with me... what is going on??
I was in a small car accident with no injuries a month ago, there were no injuries, only small damages to the my car and the other person's car. the day of the accident, I didn't have car insurance. The police showed up and I was given a $550 ticket for not having... Read more »
His insurance company paid for his damage and now they want to collect it from you. I would try to work something out with them. I would not ignore this. Was there a police report. Was your vehicle damaged? You can file a claim with his insurance company for your damage. Get insured going forward.
I only had liability insurance on my vehicle I'm not sure of any other cars were involved I woke up to him flipping the card I broke my wrist and I only had liability insurance on my vehicle I'm not sure of any other cars were involved I woke up to him flipping the card I broke my wrist.... Read more »
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