I was parking on a corner and the driver coming to wards me made a sharp left turn I was backing up 3 mph and he shorted the turn now if it was another car on the other part of the corner he would have hit it
60 days into a new job- I came into work throwing up but ready to work. The doctor I was working for asked me to go home. Now during my review they are using that against me saying it was an unexcused day.
I was in an accident where my side view mirror was damaged and some cosmetic scrapes along side the driver's door. No one was hurt so I opted to file a claim with their insurance. At the time of this post, I am awaiting payment. Their appraiser came out a took a report/pics. I figured the money... Read more »
You can if you did not sign a release. Often in property damage cases, the insurance company does not require a release which leaves the door open for a lawsuit. You cannot collect twice. For example, if they paid you $2,000 and you got a $5,000 verdict at trial, you would get $3,000.
My ex and I were sued from a car accident that she was in. The affidavit of service states that they served my mother with papers and has her name on the paper. My mom does not recall accepting or signing any court papers and told the process servers that I no longer lived there. My ex was not... Read more »
Hi there - I was in a car accident last month, along with my mother. The other driver was at fault - they passed the red light, when I had green. They hit me on the driver side and the car was totaled. I had to receive medical attention, but luckily it was just a sprained shoulder and neck (no... Read more »
I don't think there is a legal obligation to provide the name of the insurance company. That is information you can get if you file a lawsuit. Depending on the waiver you signed, you may have indemnified them for their own negligence which could be a bar to your claim.
The question is whether the passenger is contributorily negligent. Your brother's problem is that he has to argue that he was drunk. If the passenger knew or had reason to know your brother was drunk, then it is a bar to his claim. But you brother would basically be admitting to being a drunk...Read more »
Lost wages for self-employed people is always a challenge. Whether the insurance company gives you credit for your lost wages will depend on a lot of factors. But we file suit more frequently in cases with self-employed lost wages because insurance companies often do not treat self-employed wages...Read more »
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