A Kansas attorney could advise you best, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, no one can really say what happens next. It's in the hands of the person whose car you hit. If you were insured and the damages were substantial or there were injuries, I'd say place...Read more »
This is something that a Rhode Island attorney could advise best on, but your post remains open for three weeks. Ordinarily, most state civil procedure codes contain provisions for amending a complaint (if this is a state court-based claim, which most motor vehicle accidents involving parties from...Read more »
Backed into A car in the park no court date no police officer I gave the guy my information I did not have insurance then I got a letter from nationwide insurance company to pay $1500 did not have it at the time and did not know where to send it to but would like to resolve this possible
My car was parked in the employee lot at the school where I work. After school was done for students, but I was still working, my car window was broken by students playing on the ball field next to the parking lot. My insurance covered all but my 100.00 deductible. I put in a claim through the... Read more »
You're asking a classic comparative fault question. Yes, you can make a claim for your damages if you feel the other driver was at fault. But a jury may have to decide the answer to that question. The insurer may take the position that because the other driver was in front of you that you...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general rule, insurance runs with the vehicle. Unfortunately, his insurance is likely to be limited to his vehicle. It could be worth looking into whether the incident qualifies under your policy's...Read more »
I'm sorry your post remains open for five weeks. At this point, you could contact a Louisiana attorney to see if they would offer a free initial consult to look into the matter. If this is something that might have fallen through the cracks with air bag recalls in recent years, if nothing...Read more »
If a plaintiff succeeds in small claims court and receives a judgment, can the loser (defendant) later file a lawsuit in King County Superior Court over the same matter? This involves an auto accident in which each party blames the other. The matter was heard in King County District (Small... Read more »
This is something a Washington attorney should advise on, as it involves state court practices. But your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, it's unlikely that a suit would be filed against you if the matter stems from the same claim/controversy and involves the same...Read more »
another driver recently hit my truck and I filed a claim with their insurance company. They denied the claim without asking for photos of the accident that I believe clearly shows who is at fault. They never even looked at our vehicle to see the damages. I was hit in a parking lot that has cameras... Read more »
A West Virginia attorney could answer best, but you await a response for three weeks. As a general matter, the insurance company of the other vehicle does not owe you a duty to protect your interests. They need to worry about protecting their insured. You could contact a West Virginia attorney to...Read more »
The cop unfortunately only recorded the other persons part of the story, and seemed to only believe her so I was found at fault (he didn’t witness this crash.) I was given the report at the accident, so why not a citation? Was not told of a citation.
Out in front of her totally his fault but cop said it was partially hers becsuse the white line starts at the edge of the drive makes no sense u have to get over to the right but now gettting sued for 9 grand and possibly keeping her license if we dont pay is any of this legal or correct it all... Read more »
Afford a lawyer.. I’m a single mom and this guy hit my car last year on March 23, 2019.. he has no insurance and the police gave him 3 tickets and my car wasn’t even two years old it was new was at total loss... my insurance paid some for the car and I had a gap to cover paying the car and... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise you best, but your post remains open for four days - and the wording of your post suggests you are losing valuable time because you aren't clear on how attorneys handle car accident cases. This is because you say, "I cannot afford a lawyer." Attorneys...Read more »
Some additional facts would be helpful to determine the context of everything. If you are being blamed for causing an accident, being chased with the fear of being sprayed would be an issue your attorney would raise in your defense. If you are the one claiming injuries, and the state of panic...Read more »
My fiancee was involved in a car accident while he was on his parents policy. One person did not settle and is now sueing. Can my assets be brought into the lawsuit once we get married in November 2020?
A party's assets are not an issue in such a lawsuit unless and until a money judgment is entered against the party, and then it's an issue only if there is no or too little insurance coverage to protect the party - for example, if a judgment for $50K is entered against the defendant, who...Read more »
The car is registered to the child. They verbally agreed to pay to have my repairs made but I sent copies of the invoices and they won’t pay. I have a copy of the police report and a witness stating it was the kid’s fault. She also fled the scene but I caught up to her and called the police.... Read more »
You file an accident report with the Iowa DOT Motor Vehicle Division explaining there was an collision and explaining why, factually, the other driver was at fault. If they agree with you, then the IA-DOT contacts her and if she does not pay for your damages they take away her driver's...Read more »
Lady pulled out in front of him.grandson and great grand kids OK.She had no insurance. His insurance Progressive is offering him $4500 for his classic car that's worth way more than that. They gave him $2000 for lost work and injuries and $750 for each child. they are low balling him on car.... Read more »
You say that he processed an uninsured motorist claim (called a UM claim) with his own carrier so he's done. He did that INSTEAD of suing the at-fault driver. When you pursue a UM claim, you give YOUR insurance the right to sue in your stead and they will do so. If you do not agree with...Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise of insurance law, if a claimant is indemnified for a loss by the carrier, they aren't generally able to seek money for those very same damages elsewhere. But that is a simplified...Read more »
A guy hit The side of my car this morning we pulled over and he asked me cash or insurance I told him we can settle it private. we exchanged information and I took video of the whole thing including him saying his name and exactly how he hit me on video. If he chooses not to respond how do I go... Read more »
It’s always best practices to contact the police. Especially if this accident was not your fault, it’s always best to go through the other person’s auto insurance. I’ve seen time and again how handling it “private” backfires. If you are concerned you should file a police report.
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