If it's the adjuster for the insurer of the car she was driving, she has an obligation to cooperate. If it's the adjuster for the insurer of the other car, she should not give a statement without consulting with a Nebraska attorney. Regardless of which adjuster it is, if and when she...Read more »
Your driving record will show a collision resulting in bodily injury. It is entirely your insurer's right to determine whether to pay a claim and how much to pay, even if it affects your driving record.
Review it with a lawyer. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my...Read more »
I was hit by another driver. The dealership will only honor my lease if it is repaired there. The other driver's insurance is saying they will only pay for aftermarket parts, and not the new ones the dealership will use. Can I sue them for the difference?
Ask the dealer for the lease language that says you must repair the vehicle at its shop. If that is indeed a requirement, then get it fixed there. If the other driver's insurance won't pay, sue in Small Claims court. You cannot be forced to purchase aftermarket parts, regardless of its...Read more »
Wife went to eye doctor, checked with insurance about clinic, checked with clinic about insurance everything okay. First visit to doctor was okay, insurance paid their portion we paid ours, 2nd visit clinic did procedure on wife, they had a different doctor do it. No one at the clinic informed us... Read more »
There are federal and state laws that apply. What type of issue do you have? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and...Read more »
I am being charged with a DUI but not yet convicted. I have a criminal defense attorney defending my case who might get the charges dropped or lowered. My insurance has denied my claim in regards to my policy which states: While the insured auto is being used in the commission of a crime .This... Read more »
I live in a HOA, recently while raining my roof leaked and caused lots of damage. I called the property insurance company to file a claim. Today I received an email for the HOA stating that the insurance company advised them they had a $5,000 deductible and it would be in their best interest to... Read more »
Are the repairs you're being asked to make your contractual duty to the HOA, and are such repairs logically required to be completed so that the roof can be fixed? Or is there no physical causal connection between the two? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your...Read more »
Were you found to be at fault? Did your insurance coverage apply to your liability? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials,...Read more »
I've already given two seperate recorded statements and one written, this claim has gone on for months and today i recieved notice from the insurance company's attorneys that im scheduled to be examened under oath at their law office, i need advice
It's a good idea to have a lawyer. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my...Read more »
was involved in an arson whereby her car was lt on fire along with two other in a parking lot in anaheim. she called the police and called the insurance company. since that time she hasn't been very informative. what consequences am I facing. she has been paying the car payment through her... Read more »
Unless you are on the loan as cosigner, you aren't on the hook for anything. If your car insurance didn't have comprehensive, then you could be out a car, unless the fire was the fault of the lot owner.
You get your policy. Don't have it? Ask. You consult a member of CAOC--they give free consults In the meantime don't give statments to the other insurance. Get a hold of the police report. Some exclusions are not proper under state law. Others are misapplied. Not knowing your case a...Read more »
My parents were involved in a car accident for the first time. Two children were in the crash so the insurance shortly sent them checks for the car seats. My parents received a $100 check for one of the car seats & a $900 check. Since it was the first automobile accident they had been involved... Read more »
Her hip was damaged during a previous surgery, after which she had 2 hip scopes by that surgeon, who had to re-tack her labrum. During the 2nd hip scope he decided to shave the hip bone and now she has hip dysplasia and suffers from severe pain day and night. Her insurance company had denied a... Read more »
Chances are there isn't a good legal solution but a political one--you have to work with the Medical Society, patient organizations and your state and federal representatives to get support for regulations that limit the insurer's right to overule the decisions of specialists. In the...Read more »
As a Fitness instructor, more specifically a CPT and CrossFit coach, I recently found out that some of my fellow co-workers do not have a CPR/First Cert from an accredited source. I was wondering what the liability given something happens would be to our gym, in terms of personal liability, gym... Read more »
For any type of tort or personal injury case, there are four elements to be established: 1. Duty; 2. Breach of Duty; 3. Causation; and 4. Damages. Certainly, a trainer should be licenses and trained according to industry standards, state laws, and local laws. If there is a training or...Read more »
2 sisters have financial poa and 2 sisters have medical poa for 94 yo mom in California. Sisters with financial poa refuse to pay agreed upon hourly wage for caregiver hired by sisters with medical poa.
Not clear what the question is. A local probate lawyer can assist.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your...Read more »
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