Your employers Worker's Compensation insurance should pay your medical bills and time loss. You should fill out a form 801 asap reported the accident to your employer. You also have a claim against the at fault drivers insurance company for your pain and suffering.
First, you should consult with an attorney immediately. 2nd, if the insurance company paid the other driver they should have had that driver sign a release releasing you from liability. You need to find out whether that was done. The insurance company should not have settled the claim against you...View More
My boyfriends car was rear ended on the freeway he had to suddenly stop because someone else cut him off and the guy behind him ran right into him both of them have the same insurance and the other guy said my boyfriend was changing lanes which isn't true and according to them the damage on... View More
You can sue the driver but would need to hire an attorney to do so and that would be expensive. Also, unless you have an independent witness that can verify your boyfriend's view the facts your boyfriend may not win that lawsuit. If you do file a lawsuit and sue for less than $10,000 the...View More
Contact your insurance agent and make a claim under your homeowner's policy. You may be liable for the girl's medical expenses and, if the dog was found to have been unreasonably dangerous before attacking the girl, for the girl's pain and suffering damages as well.
I have just been in contact with their insurance since Jan/Feb. 2017 (this is after many letters back & forth & a change of adjuster) & was told the hold up was they had not received info from my medical insurance Kaiser P. I have since contacted Kaiser 3x & the insurance co &... View More
Consult with of attorney immediately. Many personal injury attorneys will represent you on a contingent fee basis which means they are only paid if they recover money for you. That also means that you do not have to pay them up front.
A few weeks ago I was t-boned by an uninsured driver who ran a stop sign and I have some injuries that I am currently seeing a chiropractor and LMT for 3-4 times a week under PIP coverage with my insurance company. I do not have collision coverage, only liability.
I was a passenger in an auto that was rear ended. My friend's auto insurance is covering under personal injury protection while pursuing the at fault driver's insurance for reimbursement. My friend's auto insurance is demanding that I sign a consent to disclose "any and all of... View More
This is typical of insurance companies. I do not allow insurance companies to have records of my client's prior medical treatment that is not related to the injuries my client sustained in the accident. Unfortunately, many people simply signed these authorizations allowing the insurance...View More
I reside in Oregon and the accident happened in Oregon. Employer is not being professional about the situation and neither is their workmans comp agent. The accident occured on July 20th and I have not received payment for lost wages and my medical bills are not being paid. Driving is part of my... View More
If you were injured while on the job, your lost income should be handled by the Worker's Compensation insurer. If your auto insurer mistakenly pays your lost income under its personal injury protection coverage, you should notify them so they can seek reimbursement from the Worker's...View More
Under Oregon law, a dog owner is liable for another's pain and suffering if their dog bites someone if the dog is deemed to have been unreasonably dangerous before it bit the person or if the dog was off leash in violation of a city or county law.
Landlords are not required to allow renters to have pets. As such, landlords can refuse to allow renters that have pets that are not service dogs. Landlords may not even be required to allow renters to have service dogs although there may be laws that require landlords to allow service dogs....View More
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