I was told the pplicy holder wasnt in the state and he didnt own that slecific vehicle, also that i filed the wrong vehicle in the claim. I have a licture of the insurance card and he was already proved at fault through my insurance
There is no proof until trial. And you may have to go through one. Hire an attorney to represent you for any personal injuries or property damage. It appears the insurance company is denying liability and refuses to pay, so an action must be filed.
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This requires closer examination than is possible in the limited scope here. It could depend on the type of lien and other possible factors. There are certain liens, such as public health liens, that are subject...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One would need to see the lien agreement to understand more about the lienholder's reluctance to carrying out its terms. But lien agreements are usually binding. If you have an attorney representing you, it...Read more »
Not sure of your question. But usually you will want to sue the other driver and/or owner for Negligence as a Property Tort. Hopefully you have service information, and maybe he has insurance. File suit in General Sessions.
dads truck broke down, left it in the driveway of someone to avoid leavings it in the middle of a public road. i walked down to the location of the car in middle of the night due to my brother mentioning the presence of flashing lights at the truck. Upon arriving walking up to the situation the... Read more »
Not sure of your question, but you have stated alot of facts on a public forum. If charged with DUI, that is your main concern. Hire a competent attorney to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing. Apparently your actions or statements caused the LEO's to think you had the capability of...Read more »
Yes, it could potentially still be your fault because you are required when operating a motor vehicle to maintain control of your vehicle. In the situation you described you should have left enough room in between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you to allow yourself ample time to stop....Read more »
You should probably call a lawyer specializing in car injuries. Ask your friends for a referral. I am sure at least some of them have been in car accidents and can recommend a good lawyer or two. Many injury lawyers will be happy to discuss your options and will give you an initial consultation for...Read more »
Hi, I am aware that some insurance companies calculate pain and suffering for auto accident/personal injury cases using a "multiplier" between 1 and 5 depending on the severity of the injury. In preparation for considering an upcoming offer from my P&C carrier for a claim under my... Read more »
My car had not left my house all day I let the officers search in my car in my house he was not here he hadn't been all day. But when he went to jail eventually for his warrant they had charged him for driving that day they assumed he was in my car
I was stopped behind a school bus that backed up without seeing me, totaling my car. My physical injuries were just tissue injuries, mentally traumatized. I’ve had to go without a car for over a month. Metro’s legal department keeps trying to pressure me into taking NADA value for the car, and... Read more »
If you believe that the other side is being unfair and/or trying to get one over you then you need to consult with an injury lawyer in your area----most will provide a free consultation so there is no reason not to contact a few, ask them your questions and then if necessary, hire the one with whom...Read more »
Not sure of your question, but it is possible drug tests of both the driver and the deceased will be performed. THP has authority here. Driver should hire an attorney now to prepare him for the investigation and possible prosecution, as well as insurance claims.
Head on collision, country road with no center line markings. They decided he was at fault for “crossing the center line” but there are no lines on the road. Now the people in the other truck are suing his estate for wrongful death after the insurance already paid them the max amount. The... Read more »
Is someone defending against the Suit? If not, default judgment will occur. Who actually filed for Probate? If not the creditor, then it was a large mistake. The real property can be looked upon to satisfy such a claim. But if the Heirs own as Tenants In Common, then it will be more...Read more »
I truly hate to bother you, but I am looking for a reputable lawyer in and around McNaiy County TN, especially one that deals in auto claims and damages against government neglect. I was in a recent wreck that caused me to roll my vehicle and it was do to poorly laded gravel done by... Read more »
I finally got ahold of someone from the insurance company after almost 3 weeks and they told me I was at fault just because I hit the other person first. The other person involved ran a stop sign and I was not able to stop in time. I was wondering if I have a case?
Call a competent attorney in your area today. There are many pertinent facts needed, and you do not understand what is going on. Even if a property damage tort only in your case, you can mess it up quickly. Citations in Court can destroy you also. Comparative Negligence may apply.
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