Cumberland hall said i exhausted my services and i’m guessing that means my insurance won’t cover my stay there anymore. My mom won’t take me back so I don’t have a choice but to walk there and i don’t want to walk there just so they can turn me away. Is there any way that someone can... Read more »
it was raining the hill was wet i barely side swipped vehicle and i flipped 3 times landing on my top i didnt know the car had no insurance it was a friends but it happened in july of 2018 its now aug of 2022 isnt there a time limit she had to sue me to begin with
Depends. Generally, suit can be filed on an auto accident case in Kentucky within 2 years from the date of the accident or within 2 years of the last PIP payment, whichever is later. So, depending on the date of the last PIP payment to her for her injuries, she may or may not be able to bri g the...Read more »
My mother had a vehicle that was in my name that I wanted back for my wife to drive so we traded my mother my wifes vehicle (in her name) to my mother for the vehicle that was in my name. My mother sells my wifes car to my wifes parents and her stepdad got a DUI in her vehicle. We tried to get them... Read more »
I was rear ended in a mcdonald's drive thru. no injuries. minor damage to the vehicle that needs to be repaired. I just bought the vehicle and it was my first ever big purchase in life other than my home. i have insurance. the driver had insurance. the driver's mother is the policy owner... Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's your decision, but if you do go that route, the judge could ask if there is insurance to cover the damages. Unfortunately, this type of situation is common when there are delays in providing carrier...Read more »
the neighbors. I have reported them to the police and I did not keep this fact from the insurance. the first claim was a fire, they covered the loss. now it's braking and entering and the siu is hassling me.
When policy was bought the rates were never to go up. The original company was bought out and then that company was bought out. And each buy out the rates were increase. Is this ok for those insurance company's to do?
My daughters friend was driving my daughters car & caused an accident. She totaled her car & caused damage to the other car. My daughter went to file a claim but her insurance had lapsed due to non payment. She got a new bank card & forgot to report it to the insurance company. My... Read more »
I was in a wreck. Not my fault. Other parties insurance paid for my rental car. The rental company charged my credit card a fee for comprehensive insurance. I was told by other insurance that they would pay for it, n than they refused to pay for it. I have the recorded phone conversation from the... Read more »
If it's not your fault and you were hurt, you have an injury case and may get medical benefits off of the insurance, so I'd check that out first before you sue the insurance.Talk to a member of the Kentucky Justice Association. They give free consultations.
Generally, a person taking out a life insurance policy must have an insurable interest. KRS 299.150
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