We have insurance but we weren't involved and they want to use ours and I feel that's not fair because it can make our rates increase. Both my wife and I were at work when we heard about the accident but our car insurance should be involved?
I was involved in an accident less than a week ago where a person did not stop at a stop sign and was speeding which is how she hit me. A police report was filed and the person was deemed at fault and issued a ticket. I informed my insurance company and the other person's insurance company... View More
The answer to your question is probably not. In maritime law cases, such as cruise ship accidents and injuries many cruise lines require claims brought in certain jurisdictions like federal court in Miami Florida. Maritime law also is a complete different body of law as opposed to state law. You...View More
There is no blanket answer to this. But for the most part yes. Questions about the accident, incident, your background, and other questions about you personally are usually permitted. But some questions can go too far. A lawyer will be able to advise you what questions you shouldn't answer or...View More
Yes. If the operator conducts business operations in the US or has sufficient contacts with the US you could get jurisdiction. More information is needed. Did the incident occur in US or international waters? Is the owner and operator the same? What type of boat is it?
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