The insurance totals it out and cuts them a check for $6300 which goes to the bank leaving them owing $700. They then turn around and say you need to pay them $6000. Does this seem right? Not denying that something has to be paid, but it seems that they are trying to get paid twice. Advice me... Read more »
You are asking the wrong question, of the wrong people. You are asking people who are experts in Workers' Compensation law about bankruptcy law. The three big categories of debt which generally cannot be discharged in bankruptcy are as follows: Court-ordered child support; debt which...Read more »
So in August I have gotten a ticket for no insurance. But I had brought proof of insurance to bring to court on September 23rd, they said I have gotten the insurance too late about it. So I have to pay a fine and on court supervision. Today October 19 I had court for a terrible accident on... Read more »
If your insurance was active on 9-12-20, you should* be alright. Understand that the officer did NOT cite you with "speeding," he cited you for going too fast for conditions. 15 mph can be "too fast" on ice. You can hydroplane at 30-40, depending on tires and vehicle weight...Read more »
Easy. You require that any Sub provide proof of WC insurance BEFORE you agree to do business with them and keep a copy on file. This does not mean that you MAY be on the hook if the Sub's WC coverage lapses and someone is injured. It's the best you can do.
The work performed by an attorney is often not apparent to the client. You also need to recognize that you may not be entitled to any refund from the first attorney. The much better course of action is to meet with the attorney and give them an opportunity to let you know exactly what they have...Read more »
You need to restate your question in terms that we can understand. A "judgment" can ONLY be rendered by a Court. If you really mean a "Judgment" of $25,000.00, you have an attorney and should discuss this with him/her.
Insurance companies CANNOT Lien anything. They...Read more »
I was at a light when someone honked and accelerated quickly as I did and tried to cut around me quickly getting very close to my car without using a turn signal, I didn't allow them to pass until we were both well over the legal limit and although I should not have we both drove recklessly as... Read more »
The important thing here is that you recognize that your behavior was ill-considered and could well have ended in your arrest/and or loss of your driving privileges. Let it be a lesson learned. Wherever you are, stay there for the evening. No officer is going to issue a ticket for behavior that he...Read more »
No President has the authority to pass any laws. That is the exclusive province of Congress. I cannot speak to Federal Law, but Indiana State Law (IC 35-46-3-12.5) protects against Domestic violence animal cruelty
Sec. 12.5. A person who knowingly or intentionally kills a vertebrate...Read more »
We had a verbal agreement that he would help with all the repairs. He has decided not to return to our home because his mother bought him a car (just turned 16) and doesn't like he would be grounded from the car at our home until the repairs are done to my car.
You ask: "Is it too late to report the damage?" Too late to report the damage to whom? If I understand you, correctly, you are saying that a 15-year-old drove one of your cars into your house, damaging both the car and the house. You also state that you made a "verbal...Read more »
If a vehicle is traveling down an alley to a road and must cross a sidewalk to get there who would have the right of way between the vehicle and a pedestrian walking down the sidewalk? Note the vehicle came to the intersection where the sidewalk is located before the pedestrian crossed into the... Read more »
Your question is not stated clearly enough to give you a definitive answer. If you are saying that a moped was proceeding straight, through an intersection for which it had the right-of-way and the car entered the intersection from the other road, failing to stop at the stop sign, the vehicle that...Read more »
Sorry for your loss. If you mean that she was in a fatal accident while traveling in a car insured by your father-in-law, that has nothing to do with it. You have the right to pursue a Wrongful death suit against whomever caused her death. If she was a passenger, you are entitled to the policy...Read more »
She has placed me in a Nursing Home and I have no say in anything. She does not respect my rights, she just treats me as if I don't exist! Her attorney appointed an attorney ad-lit-um for me who I have not heard from for over a year!
Conversion is just a fancy word for steal. If you suspect that your guardian-ad-litem has stolen your property, simply request an accounting. The guardian's failure to account for ANY part of your property would constitute a breach of his/her fiduciary duty to you and subject the guardian to...Read more »
Who's auto insurance denied what claim and under what circumstances? Who was at fault? These questions and more would need to be addressed before anyone can advise how you should proceed. If you don't have a written denial, the claim is NOT denied and you certainly cannot sue the...Read more »
Lady pulled out in front of him.grandson and great grand kids OK.She had no insurance. His insurance Progressive is offering him $4500 for his classic car that's worth way more than that. They gave him $2000 for lost work and injuries and $750 for each child. they are low balling him on car.... Read more »
You say that he processed an uninsured motorist claim (called a UM claim) with his own carrier so he's done. He did that INSTEAD of suing the at-fault driver. When you pursue a UM claim, you give YOUR insurance the right to sue in your stead and they will do so. If you do not agree with...Read more »
The car is a total loss. The insurance company is offering me a settlement amount that will pay off my outstanding loan, but leave me almost nothing for a down payment on a replacement vehicle, so I'll have to deplete my savings to get another car, and even if I get the same year, make and... Read more »
You owe it to yourself to discuss your case with a personal injury attorney to determine what they can do for you. Our fee is based on recovery for injuries so it would not affect any recovery for damage to your vehicle. That said, it is rare that your car would be totalled without you sustaining...Read more »
My family was rear ended in Jan 2020 and they had no proof of insurance at the time of the accident so it was a mandatory court appearance and we were encouraged to appear. In court he submitted insurance to the court, getting the ticket dropped, but when I submitted our outstanding bills to the... Read more »
Go to the prosecutor who handled the Hearing in February and provide him with your correspondence from the other driver's insurance company stating that the insurance was not in effect on the date of the accident.
If the Defendant has any motivation to drive, legally, he will pay...Read more »
My brother took my car without my permission and another car hit him on the eway. But my brother doesn’t have a license or ID so he ran because he was scared of going to jail. I don’t want to press charges on my brother at all but I want my car fixed. He was able to get a picture of her ID and... Read more »
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