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0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Traffic Tickets for Colorado on
Q: I was ticketed for turning left into oncoming traffic, and driving with no insurance on my vehicle. After plea bargain,

I paid restitution to the other driver, and fines imposed by the court. The other drivers insurance company will not sign a release of financial responsibility so that I can get my license reinstated. They said I have to pay them back everything that they had to pay to their client. Is this... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense and Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: My now ex wife and her boyfriend got a auto insurance policy under my name without my consent. What can I do?

I have even been flagged on my credit report on other illegal matters she has done in my name. Even now as we speak after the divorce and was granted her last name( I have remarried) she continues to do fraudulent actions in my name. I need help

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for California on
Q: My son was robbed at gun pt at an LA cafe serving food at tables outside. Should their insurance cover his loss?

The cafe owner said he would check with his insurance about covering the loss and he said his insurance would not cover the loss because it occurred outside, yet the cafe serves patrons outside all the time…

John Karas
John Karas answered on Sep 15, 2021

This is not a insurance bad faith matter. You're not the insured and lack standing to sue the cafe's insurer.

You can sue the owner for negligence insofar as failing to provide security. However, unless the amount stolen from you exceeds $10,000, you would have to file the...
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0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Missouri on
Q: I had a policy life insurance with company call chubby insurance I can afford it no more I pay 55dollars every 2 week

can they pay me out or do I lose what I put in please help

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Colorado on
Q: If I had money in my claim, but payment was on hold, can money be taken?

I have had my claim open since June of last year and had no problems getting benefits, then on Dec.19 my account was put on hold, I did id.me, I called, set up appointments for call backs, and then Sept. 6 2021 my account says I'm ineligible, and is still locked.

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Real Estate Law for Florida on
Q: Is it legal for my argent to add my kids to my car insurance without telling me

I was paying my car insurance thinking it would take around $200 for my car but it took around $400 because my agent added my son and daughter to my insurance without informing me first so now I have $-200 in my account

Jane Kim
Jane Kim answered on Sep 12, 2021

Usually, all members of the household that are of driving age are listed on the policy. Also, all owners of the vehicle are listed on the policy regardless of their residence address.

Typically, you are sent a declaration page of the insurance coverage and the premium amount. If you opened...
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0 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Health Care Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Medical Malpractice for Nevada on
Q: Do I have the right too know the disposition of the closed investigation? Medicare Fraud; Attempted Extortion; & ...

Do I have the right too know the disposition of the closed investigation?

I am looking at NRS 633.301 because I filed a report of Medicare Fraud, attempted extortion, and more against a dr in NV to the NV bd of Osteopathic Med. They will not give me the outcome of their closing the case.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Health Care Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Medical Malpractice for Nevada on
Q: I am looking at NRS 633.301 because I filed a report of Medicare Fraud, attempted extortion, and more against a dr in NV

Do I have the right too know the disposition of the closed investigation?

I am looking at NRS 633.301 because I filed a report of Medicare Fraud, attempted extortion, and more against a dr in NV to the NV bd of Osteopathic Med. They will not give me the outcome of their closing the case.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith on
Q: i made a claim with ups over 6 months ago but im still waiting and feel like im being fobbed off

ups lost a very large package at the begining of march it was worth about £300 i put in a claim but it keeps getting pushed back, i have been told 10 days, then 2 months, then its on its way and will be there in a few days, then when it didnt arrive i messaged again and was told 16-18 weeks from... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Florida on
Q: I am due a credit life insurance refund , I contacted the company 7 wks ago they said expect $1231, no word or check yet

I have followed up with additional emails and copies of my purchase but I get no response nor have I received a check , is there anything else I can do?

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law on
Q: Why doesn’t the mortgage Bank pay for an unpaid Insurance claim, if they chose the Ins. Comp. for us?

We are affected mortgage Customers from Hurricanes Irma and Maria 2018. The estimate damages were $80.7k. We completed ALL the required documentation, submitted evidence and pictures, and our home damages was evaluated by an Ins. Comp. representative.

They sent us an offer of $5.0k (Which... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Virginia on
Q: Can an employer's medical insurance plan cover *only* medications purchased from their own pharmacy? In Virginia.

The person in question transferred from another state; there her meds were covered at multiple pharmacies.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Insurance Bad Faith for Minnesota on
Q: When a person appoints a power of attorney and he passes away, does that power of attorney end? I am from Minnesota.
Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Aug 30, 2021

A power of attorney ends when the principal dies. It also ends when the agent dies, unless there was a successor agent named, in which case it continues in favor of the successor agent.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Health Care Law and Insurance Bad Faith for Maryland on
Q: My healthcare preauthorization claim was denied. Both appeals were denied subsequently. It is an ERISA plan.

The treatment options for the condition of diagnosis has been approved by some states including the state of residence. However, since ERISA plans dont need to adhere to local state laws, the state law is not applicable to my plan.

I have sought two professional endorsement of the medical... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents, Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for Georgia on
Q: Do I have to provide the defendant with my evidence when they’re served?

I filed a claim online against an insurance company, and provided evidence with my claim. The claim was accepted and now I’m seeking a process server to serve the register agent of this business.

My question is when I have the person served do I have to also provide them with the... Read more »

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh answered on Aug 27, 2021

Why don't you have a lawyer representing you? Is this a case of supposed no insurance by the at fault driver?

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for Pennsylvania on
Q: Insurance underwriter wants me to update wiring in a 120 year old home.

I bought a home in Pennsylvania recently, and there is some residual knob and tube wiring. My insurance underwriter did not do any inspection (due to covid), but is now threatening to drop coverage based on my disclosure.

I have had the home inspected multiple times, all of whom said that... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for California on
Q: My insurance underwriter wants me to update wiring in a 120 yo home.

I bought a home in Pennsylvania recently, and there is some residual knob and tube wiring. My insurance underwriter did not do any inspection (due to covid), but is now threatening to drop coverage based on my disclosure.

I have had the home inspected multiple times, all of whom said that... Read more »

John Karas
John Karas answered on Aug 24, 2021

This is a question to pose to an insurance bad-faith attorney in Pennsylvania.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Contracts, Insurance Bad Faith and Consumer Law for Georgia on
Q: Is an American Auto Shield service contract legally considered insurance?

Not auto insurance, but rather a type of mechanical breakdown insurance. They seem to be acting in bad faith and are very misleading.

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