I dont remember much of my accident but i was stopped and looked both ways before turn left now i being sued i did not receive accident report i suffer from ptsd and short term memory loss its been two and half years
Illinois has a 2 year statute of limitations for motor vehicle accidents, without taking exceptions into account. So long as the civil suit was filed on or before the 2 year anniversary of the accident, the case will remain in court until it comes to a resolution. A resolution to the civil case...View More
Me and my ex wife won a lump sum from a settlement from a malpractice suit our son received his amount and is not available until he is 18. Is there a trust I can have his money put in so when he turns 18 he will get a small portion amount or being able to withdraw funds for college if he decides... View More
Sounds like the settlement proceeds for your son were placed only a restricted bank account. The better choice would have been to place the money in a structured settlement, which the money could have been paid out in portion throughout time. You will need to consult with an attorney in your area...View More
Their client has not submitted the required “paper work” within the 91 days required by UE. Even though their client was at fault, as evident by the police report, UE denies any liability because their client has failed to submit his required accident report. Is this legal?
Legal as the insurance company is merely following their own policies for its basis of denying the claim. You are better off seeking an attorney to pursue the claim further in court in the event that you are seeking recovery for any bodily injuries you may have sustained. However, if the accident...View More
Me and my wife have never had a criminal offence. We have a squeaky clean record. We both received a misdemeanor domestic in Missouri. Do we need a lawyer if we both want this to disappear and not go on our record?
As pets are considered property in IL, you should start with filing a police report. Then to regain the property, you will have to file the matter in court against your ex and your daughter.
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