Q: My insurance company interviewed my friend who was undergoing chemo treatments and not of sound mind. Is this legal?
My friend and I owe Amica car insurance company $8,758.62 because my insurance at the time illegally dropped my case and subsequently dropped my account after an interview they conducted where my friend was not in sound mind to participate in the interview. Can a lawyer help get this payment reduced?
The insurance company I had at the time was Western General. After attempting to interview the driver (who was undergoing chemo at the time) over the phone and asking him to confirm he understood questions they were asking (he said several times he did not understand and they continued with the interview), they went on to drop the case and dissolve my account leaving me having to pay Amica Insurance the money. Also both of our driver’s licenses have been suspended starting Dec. 21st 2022 due to this.
A: You will need a competent lawyer to review all the facts and details of your claim, including the reason(s) your insurance company dropped your case in order to find out if your insurance company wrongfully and/or unreasonably dropped your case. This would also determine if you have a case against your insurance company to potentially compel them to pay the claim on your behalf.
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