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Q: Can a bad faith case be brought in a workers' compensation case from 2016 but the merit hearing was just held in 2021

was injured on job 2016 but merit hearing for workers' comp case was held 10/2021 and the judge decision was 02/2022. Can I file a Bad faith claim against the carrier and employer for failing to pay?

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation and Insurance Bad Faith for Mississippi on
Q: Asking for son. He is 100% disabled from a oil field accident and is a widower with very little money.

A tree fell into his house but insurance engineer states it did not photo's show different. It has 9 broken 2x6's. He was put in hospital after the insurance company was told his condition and continued to call, have medical records. Have their engineering report which is bad and they... Read more »

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon
answered on Feb 29, 2020

It sounds like there is definitely the beginnings of a bad faith claim. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer. You can reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most of us, myself included, are happy to provide a free consultation to see... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents and Insurance Bad Faith for Mississippi on
Q: my son was involved in a accident which was the other persons fault they had no insurance and my son was driving his

vechicle which was insured and he had the right away the other driver was cited but our insurance company says my son wasnt listed as a insured driver ,what can we do about this liability to our car abd bodily damages

Michael J. Morse
Michael J. Morse
answered on Nov 5, 2019

Was your son injured? Did he live with you? How old is he? Does he have his own car? Did the insurance company know he lived with you and his age? Feel free to email me at if you want more information.

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Q: Can I sue my old car insurance company?

Hey everyone.

Back in August of 2015 I had a wreck which was not my fault. After constant calling to my insurance company and to the other drivers insurance company, my car is still not repaired to this day. I kept on getting the run around and was promised calls back but never heard from... Read more »

Baskin Lowber Jones
Baskin Lowber Jones
answered on Dec 14, 2017

You likely need to speak to an attorney about your claim.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Insurance Bad Faith for Mississippi on
Q: Do I need a lawyer

I recently filed a claim with my insurance which was reinstated on the same day as the accident involving an 18 wheeler. My claim was denied and my insurance was cancelled. Once I went to get a rental I found out that progressive said my policy was cancelled on the 27th and the accident happened... Read more »

David Alan Wolf
David Alan Wolf
answered on Apr 3, 2016

You may not have insurance as of the date of the crash. Your insurance company is taking the position that you did not have any coverage. This, in turn, will save the insurance company the money it would have paid out on the claim. When insurance is cancelled, there are certain notice provisions... Read more »

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