Her insurance don't want to pay for the damage or rental for my car , and she don't got proof of the car hitting my car and she got no information of the other car nothing at all and her insurance don't want to pay for anything
Yesterday a driver stopped on the train tracks due to traffic, then the train started to come. So then she decided to reverse at full speed and attempt to make a Illegal U-turn, she ofcourse slammed into my parked car. Causing it to slam into a gate on other side. So needless to say it looks as if... Read more »
You were in the totaled car and have injuries. Contact a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association--they give free consults. You can write the other driver, tell her her /owners insurance has denied, if she doesn't have insurance you will ask to have her and owner's licenses suspended.
Bought and 09 chevy cobalt from a buy here pay here dealership. They never mentioned that the ignition switch had not been fixed and now I'm recieving letters in the mail from GM telling me it needs to be replaced or death/serious injury could occur.
The letters presumably say they will pay. In which case, no harm, no foul. If they aren't a GM dealer not sure they have a duty to check each car for recalls--especially as that can be done as easily by you.
If you have further questions why not get a consultation from a consumer...Read more »
The new owner is liable to "someone"--but if the someone didn't cancel registration but, for instance, dropped policy of insurance, and new person had no insurance, then the DMV might go looking at the the seller. If "someone" had
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Re Peter Munsing's reply: Approx. $1k of individual parts are warrantied as long as I own the vehicle, almost unconditionally, independent of any time or mileage, and as many times as they break or wear out. If compensation should... Read more »
If you bought an extended warranty, yes. As far as parts, you can try if you can show it was very recently purchased. However most parts are not recoverable as that is considered "routine maintenance." As to the "lost opportunity" of the used parts you can't use now, I...Read more »
If you are in a crash as the not-at-fault person and were hurt,contact a member of the Ct. Assn for Justice--they give free consultations.If you weren't in the car, the damage should be paid by at fault car's insurance.
If your car is driven by someone at fault, hopefully they...Read more »
My sister got into a car accident today. She was going to make a left turn. Before she make a turn she know there are no oncoming car. One of the car was stop on the other side of the road. When my sister turn, he back up his car kind of fast and hits my sister car. He told the police that... Read more »
Does the police report have the statement from your sister as well? Have your reported the claim to your insurance company? Were either of you injured? There are a lot of questions here. Since the person who hit your sister's car may file a claim, your insurance carrier should be notified. If...Read more »
Hartford, CT. Guy claims in a private lot that I hit his car. He has no evidence (besides pictures of his vehicle with damage), no witnesses, no camera footage. He has made my life hell for 6+ months now. Did not have insurance at the time and his insurance didn't fix his vehicle as he only... Read more »
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