This is the ins of the vehicle that rear ended my vehicle and they are trying to negotiate the repair shop down and have them do the work in a manor that is not to the proper course of repair and bring my vehicle back to pre-loss condition.
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's not uncommon for insurance carriers to be in contact the collision shop. The property damage adjuster could be interested in seeing the damage up close. Good luck
It definitely sounds like you need to get with an experienced personal injury lawyer to talk about the facts and circumstances of this case, especially since your vehicle was totaled and the other driver ignored the stop sign. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact...View More
It really depends on the judge. Some judges will toss out a charge if you've acquired insurance since the ticket, while others will oftentimes make their decision based solely on whether you had insurance at the time that you got the ticket.
A Mississippi attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. From what you describe, it's possible that your insurance carrier became insolvent and went into receivership. This is only a guess because you mention that the billing facility mentioned...View More
The first question to ask is whether there were beneficiaries selected on the life insurance policy. If there were the life insurance proceeds often pass directly to the beneficiaries listed on the policy in the amounts listed.
If there are no surviving beneficiaries, or the form was not...View More
You want to check with a member of the Miss. Trial Lawyers Assn/Assn for Justice who handles comp--they give free consultations.
You would have a claim but it's not the type of claim that's going to give you relief, now.
So get the consult because your type of situation...View More
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