I'm sorry about your fall. I hope you're okay. The denial could be any number of reasons. An attorney would need to see the paperwork to offer more definite guidance. If the denial is related to liability issues, it roughly means they don't feel their insured is responsible for your...View More
I own a rental car company. I rented a vehicle to a customer, she had no insurance and took my collision damage waiver, the vehicle was hit by a BMW loaner vehicle that was stolen from customer after she left the key in the car at her house. Her insurance company is covering 50% of the damage to... View More
I purchased life insurance from Colonial Penn a few months ago. Last week a rep called me and tried to get me to upgrade. I told him no at least six times. he was very aggressive and pushy. I got a letter the other day saying "Congratulations! As we have discussed over the telephone, you made... View More
Selling you coverage you did not want and did not ask for is not permissible. You should call the company and try to get the change reversed and the coverage that you want reinstated at the original premium that you were happy with. If the company refuses to do it, you should contact a consumer...View More
You deliver a notice to anyone who has possession of the POA and everyone who has ever been provided a copy, telling them that you have revoked it. It would be best to send it using a method that requires a signed receipt or at least has tracking, such as certified mail return receipt requested or...View More
hit a cyclist stopped my car and checked he was ok. He was fine just complained bike was damaged. No police called I didn’t make any police report. I now received a hit and run letter from a lawyer claiming property damage. What do I do. The cyclist came out in front of me on a roundabout.
If charged by the police get yourself a good Criminal lawyer you will be facing loss of your license and jail time. If not charged but just received a letter from a lawyer notify your insurance company and if you didn't have insurance or enough insurance hire your own lawyer to defend the case.
I hit a cyclist stopped my car and checked he was ok. He was fine just complained bike was damaged. No police called I didn’t make any police report. I now received a hit and run letter from a lawyer claiming property damage. What do I do. The cyclist came out in front of me on a roundabout.
If charged by the police get yourself a good Criminal lawyer you will be facing loss of your license and jail time. If not charged but just received a letter from a lawyer notify your insurance company.
For a First Offense you face the loss of your license for one year, community service to be determined by the court and a fine between $300.00 and $1,000.00. I suggest setting up one of the free in office consultations that most of us lawyers offer and then hire one.
Hi, I am working at Domino's pizza as delivery driver part time job. While delivery someone robbed me and they took my car.I had full coverage with Geico which is they refuse to pay basically they denied my claim. After that i spoke to my domino's franchise owner he said his not... View More
You have no chance of winning unless you retain an experienced litigation attorney. It is that simple. Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor...View More
I turned in my resignation letter with three weeks’ notice. My direct supervisor and her supervisor came to the program I managed the following day and terminated me stating “Your resignation letter really makes us look really bad". I asked if I needed to sign anything they said no and I... View More
charge ...is "false, fraudulent and groundless," ....if....there are made false, and fraudulent counterclaims made by the defendant during litigation, by way of example, creating after the fact "notes" which are used to "substantiate" alleged activities (which never... View More
I am enrolled in an insurance policy that covers repairs to my service line. I have informed them about my line running through neighbor's property before enrolling. They are now telling me they will not cover because they do not repair lines in other properties. My neighbor has the same... View More
I do not think an easement will help. However, you can sue the insurance company to force them to make repairs. However, you would at all times be liable for your own attorney fees and costs. Whether or not a Court will Order the insurnace company to pay your legal fees is unknown. Good luck.
I test drove a motorcycle and got into an accident. Come to find out the motorcycle had no insurance, was not registered and still had the Pennsylvania tags on it from the previous owner. The person that has possession of it has the title but refuses to register or insure it because she... View More
As far as the injury claim, talk to an injury lawyer about a potential lawsuit.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...View More
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