An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for ANY attorney to advise based on these brief facts. If you reached out to law firms, they're going to ask about the substance of the statements, the damages caused, your evidence, etc....Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general rule nationwide, insurance carriers do have the right to not renew policies, whether based on claim history or other factors. For state-specific guidance, you could check with the Indiana Department...Read more »
I am selling a house as is, the boiler went out causing the heat and plumbing pipes to burst. The homeowners ins is paying for the damage. I'm selling for less now because of the pipes. I'm keeping the ins check to cover my loss. is that insurance fraud?
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Nationwide, it is usually not fraud if the check was issued for a legitimate loss and it reflected actual damages that were honestly presented for property owned outright. However, there could be other issues...Read more »
If an insurance company can't resolve the claims for 2 years - is any legal (practical) consequences for insurance company? Could my underage daughter request and to know her rights under insurance policy? Is IN Department of Insurance based on IN title 27 could consider this as violation... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Your post requires more than a quick general response. I recommend that you consider reaching out to an Indiana attorney without further delay to discuss in detail as to what your daughter's options are. Most...Read more »
I am the third party in a product liability insurance claim. My claim was denied and I appealed the decision and it was denied again but have continued contact with the claims adjuster. Yesterday, the adjuster called me wanting to "resolve" the claim by offering payment for... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's really anyone's guess why they want to resolve the claim all of a sudden. One possibility is that the claims adjuster needed additional information to evaluate the claim. And speaking with their insured...Read more »
My husband received a ticket in February 2021 we paid the speeding ticket and the Bmv sent the sr-16 to the Bmv my husband got into an accident and hit a tree he was the only one involved in the accident in July 2021 and that’s when he found out his license had been suspended and yes I know... Read more »
An insurance company has a right to refuse payment on an accident claim if the driver did not have a valid license. You admit that your husband did not have a valid license at the time of the accident. Your insurance company may well be refusing to issue a certificate of coverage but that refusal...Read more »
The new company could not insure me until 12:00 a.m., meaning the next day. The acknowledgement of cancellation from the prior company states my policy is cancelled at 12:01 a.m. the day I cancelled which is technically before I cancelled. My mortgage company is requiring proof of insurance for... Read more »
Unfortunately, the use of those figures alone, as a general practice, could leave too much open to interpretation. If possible, it might be best to have them clarify in writing what the last full day of coverage is and what the first full day of coverage is with the respective carriers, rather than...Read more »
I have insurance on my vehicle as well as my husband and daughter in laws. Were all covered for all cars. My dil got into an accident 2-19. Her car is in my son's name. Hes in the navy and will be gone for 8 years, so we don't have him on the insurance. Now they're refusing to cover... Read more »
With the exception that you must purchase insurance in a minimum amount, the terms of your auto insurance are governed by your policy, NOT by law. So it is not possible to tell you whether the exclusion is "legal or illegal." An insurance policy is a contract so it can specify whatever...Read more »
My friend was rear ended in indiana in 2017. The distracted lady apologized because her kids distracted her causing the accident and the lady's insurance paid my friends medical and car damage. When the police questioned the at fault lady, she claimed my friend was stopped at a green light,... Read more »
She needs to get a letter from her insurance company in writing showing she is not fault. She needs to get a copy to the BMV so her record is corrected. She also needs to keep the letter and also a copy of the police report to show she is not at fault for any new insurance company that gives her a...Read more »
I was at work when our job security ran into my parked vehical, it all on surveillance. We went through the usual insurance swap, police report, inform my insurance of the accident. I was unable to reach anyone in the at fault party insurance, so my insurance offered to reach out to get info and... Read more »
Either insurance can pay for the cost of fixing the car or the total loss value, it's their option. If you think it can be fixed you can buy it back for the salvage value, but then youget a "junk title" --and if you find out because of alignment or other problems it's not really...Read more »
I was entering a intersection as my light turned yellow, going straight, a girl coming from the opposite direction, in the left turning lane, turned right into me. This happened the 20th of October. We both have Geico Insurance, and they have both of us at no fault. They have 2 statements verifying... Read more »
Hi I was in an auto accident in Ohio November 2016; had to receive chiropractic treatment until January. The insurance company just mailed the checks to me 2 weeks ago. We are going through a very tough time, as my fiancé is off work from being hurt at work ( a process currently being... Read more »
Plan on paying the chiro. That's the person you are obligated to. Don't do it again.
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