A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. For your car, a full coverage plan should cover that - check with your policy declaration sheet or with your agent to be certain. For the storage facility/gate damages, that could depend on the scope of your...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above to reach out to attorneys in the Virginia Beach area, or you could run your own independent searches online. You probably did this already, but you could double-check your...Read more »
Assuming the driver of the vehicle that hit you was at-fault for the accident, you can sue if you find the person within the statute of limitations with enough time to get a lawsuit filed. If the incident happened in Oregon, your case must be filed or settled within 2 years.
The short answer is no. Because first, it's not clear that you have any damages, second, you've given no indication of why the city should be responsible for what the man did, and third, it's extremely difficult to sue government for anything, even the things they Are responsible for.
He reversed and pushed my car out of the way with his car. Then when he was able to get out, he backed up and hit my car again before driving off . I’m not pressing charges & I wasn’t injured, but can the police? I heard them mention something about private property, but also heard them... Read more »
I was uninsured during the accident and was at fault. I cant pay the amount in full but it was sent to a collections. I want a letter saying it's been handled & I'm paying for it overtime....I need it to present to the judge.
Upon the tow truck arrival I asked him to tow the vehicle from the front which there was room to allow that to happen. Instead he attached to chain to the bottom of the rear of the vehicle. As he drove off he began to snatch the vehicle several times slamming my vehicle into garbage cans after... Read more »
Very definitely. Look for an attorney who handles traffic citations. If the crash wasn't your fault you have a claim for your injuries and should contact a member of the Hawaii Trial Lawyers Association--they give free consults.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Only a local attorney could advise meaningfully as to the operation of first-party benefits and the type of jurisdiction Texas is in terms of such benefits, but as a general premise, a number of different forms of money...Read more »
The law in most states only requires that they give you A rental vehicle. You lost a Lamorghini--they can get you a toyota corolla. The only time I've gotten exceptions are where the vehicle was particular to that person's business or health-- a vehicle that could accomodate a wheelchair,...Read more »
Michigan law became complicated due to Republican attempts to limit the liability of careless people. I suggest you contact a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice in your county --they give free consults.
obtained a. Personal injury lawyer after a car crash. After almost a year and a half I directed the lawyer to start working towards a settlement. On 1/28 the Lawyer called and said they had negotiated an offer. I said I wanted to talk to my wife before accepting the offer. The next day( 1/29 )the... Read more »
No, you can tell the attorney that he should tell the company it was a mistake on his part, you never agreed to anytihing. You may want to consult other attorneys, see what they say. Look for attorneys who handle car wrecks and who are memers of the Utah trial lawyers association /Utah...Read more »
It's not clear that you have a question. However as it involves some serious issues, and this is a public site, I suggest you contact an attorney who handles criminal defense in the states where you are charged or where you have concerns and do not discuss these issues on any social media.
Yes, you can use the med pay check to cover your copays. Using med pay to cover your copays will not prevent you from seeking compensation for your medical bills, lost earnings, or other damages from the other insurance company. Using the med pay will allow you to avoid out of pocket expenses while...Read more »
My friend's mom, Erin, got into a car accident with a lady, Emily two years ago. Emily was alone. Emily is now suing Erin on the argument that Emily was not alone and there was a passenger who was injured.
A geographic location does not appear, but whichever state this occurred in, turn the papers over to your insurance carrier for them to handle the lawsuit. They would assign an attorney and likely investigate the matter. Good luck
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