I sold my car to a private party on Craigslist in September 2019, and recently was contacted by an insurance agent due to the buyer got into a car accident. This buyer does not have insurance and has not completed the ownership transfer with DMV, and as such the vehicle is still... Read more »
I was pulling onto a road and someone pulled out from a driveway behind me and into the lane I was entering. My vehicle was about 50% in the lane when the car that came from the driveway behind me ran into the left side of me. There were not stop lights or stop signs in this area. Who is at fault?
There are not nearly enough facts in this post to even make a guess as to responsibility. However, if you want your car fixed, make a claim with your insurer. It's faster and easier than going through the other driver's carrier. If your insurer gets its money back from the other driver/insurer,...Read more »
Workmens comp covered medical bills and I still have back pain and headaches and I am insured but have a deductible im asking for the deductible to be reimbursed but after a year having trouble collecting from the other party now we are starting the paperwork for small claims court and I was just... Read more »
i was in a car accident that was not my fault. My car was taken to a tow yard. The ins company was supposed to pick the car up to take it to an auto body shop to be appraised but never did and my car was sold at auction. Now the insurance company said they are going to take the amount of $$ for... Read more »
The at-fault driver only had $15K coverage and is broke. How do I recover court filing fees to cancel the case & negotiate with Medi-Cal to recoup some of it for treatments they don’t cover, since I did all the legal work myself to file lawsuit and recoup full amount on their behalf?
My vehicle was a lease and my insurance only covered (GAP) Other Party Insurance Premium was over and I would like to know If I can ask the other insurance for the loss of payments towards my vehicle, Payments made towards my car balance?
Make a claim with your own insurance company. If you don't have one, you can pursue the other driver and owner of the vehicle. Unless the driver is specifically excluded from coverage, as a permissive use of the vehicle, the owners policy should apply to him. Talk to an attorney, and get a copy...Read more »
Auto ax, at fault paid, WC settled and now trying to settle underinsured motorist claim. I researched at it appears that ins just needs “reasonable” time to resolve. Do I need to request arbitration or allow “reasonable” time to pass and settle?
Make your arbitration demand when you have proof that you have exhausted the liability limits of the at fault driver. You can negotiate later. There are requirements to fulfull when making a demand for UIM arbitration. See Insurance Code section 11580.2, or hire an attorney. Given your injuries, I...Read more »
We asked hoa to enforce the rules 4 times, each time asking them not to disclose that a neighbor complained, would give me up as source. I spoke to the neighbors twice before about parking in fire line/street where signs are posted no parking, called the police once, the towing company twice, and... Read more »
I parked but didn't exchange info. Then I left and came back 10 minutes later, but the person was gone. I think they have the license plates, but they weren't hurt from what I could see, I was driving very slow. What should I do now? This happened Thursday October 10, two days ago. I live in Los... Read more »
I was a passenger, I got a herniated disk from my neck and some cuts on my arm, lawyer was referred from the insurance car owner. How can I get legal assistance on this case can I fire my actual lawyer and hire and other?
Suspension of your driver's license for any reason can be used by your employer to suspend or terminate you at any time. You are considered to be employed at will unless you have an agreement to the contrary with your employer. That means your employer can discipline and terminate you at any time...Read more »
If she is excluded, then your insurance won't cover the loss. If your wife has her own insurance, it might apply to your property damage, or you would need to make a claim with the drunk driver's insurance, if he has it. Your wife will also be able to pursue a claim for bodily injuries against...Read more »
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