A van hit me while I was riding a bike and did not stop at all. AfterWards a lady pulled up in her car, showed me a photo of the van and said “this Is the person who hit u and handed me a paper with the license plate number. I’m not in horrible pain but definitely noticeable pain . What... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Most motor vehicle accidents do not involve criminal charges or arrest. They are usually treated as civil matters where the parties sue for monetary damages. That's a general premise nationwide. If you want a...Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for almost a week and you need to take action immediately, as time is of the essence in two respects. You could repost under Traffic Tickets, because an attorney who handles those could advise you on your options with traffic...Read more »
You might have a number of options, depending on the state in which you are located (which is not mentioned in the description), and whether there was enough information to validate a property damage claim with an insurance carrier, and whether you wish to handle the matter yourself or you wish to...Read more »
We were rear ended at about 50 mph. I was a passenger and wife was driving. I was injured with severe pre-existing back injury 10 been ated discs from last rear-ended and was listed as inoperable back then!
Girl that hit us was driving mommies car and listed as excluded from policy and was... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Are you certain the driver was listed as excluded from policy, or was it that she was not included? Was she in the same household? What you describe is a severe accident if your approximation of speed is accurate. The...Read more »
It's difficult to give you an accurate answer without some more information. For instance, did you and your attorney sign a letter of protection for this particular provider? If so, I'm not surprised your attorney is seeking repayment to the doctor from your settlement. If there was not a...Read more »
I borrowed my girlfriends car. I told my sister she could use it to take her boyfriend home. She didn't & instead asked a friend to drive hin using my girlfriends car. The friend driving my girlfriends car wrecked & was killed. Would the owner of the car insurance cover the cost of... Read more »
Not sure what type of background check you are referring to, but Petty Traffic Offense typically do not show up on background checks. This will require further review by an attorney. The sooner you contact an attorney, the better.
A Colorado attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter in virtually all jurisdictions nationwide, vehicles proceeding in the main roadway have right of way over vehicles attempting to enter the normal flow of traffic. Good luck
This is clearly not a very optimal situation. I hope that your friend and you recover fully from this accident. Nothing is more precious than people and their health. If your friend has car insurance, it is possible that they can make a claim for Personal Injury Protection (PIP) under their...Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Recovery for attorney fees could depend on jurisdictional rules and the type of insurance involved. As a GENERAL matter throughout the nation, if the denied claim involves bodily injury, attorney fees are typically...Read more »
My boyfriend was towing my car with his dad’s truck, they have full coverage. As he drives down a mountain he lost control and both cars ended up colliding as well as damages from hitting the side rails. I only have liability and uninsured motorist. His insurance is claiming they’re not... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Based on the coverage you describe for your vehicle, that does not seem to be a source, as there is no comprehensive coverage on the policy. The uninsured motorist coverage you have, depending on the wording of your...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. The determination of liability could depend on the type of jurisdiction Virginia is in terms of apportioning liability - and only a Virginia attorney is qualified to advise you on that. As a general note about the...Read more »
I had minor damage and filed claim with ins company. I want to file police report for documentation. I do not think an investigation is needed. If I file police report Will police open investigation? SC
A South Carolina attorney could answer best, but you await a response for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter, such a situation would not elicit an investigation in most jurisdictions; you are correct. A cursory investigation could be made in terms of T/P/O, extent of damages, and some other basic...Read more »
A Washington, DC attorney could advise best, as insurance practices are governed by state law. However, you await a reply for three weeks. As a good practice generally, 24 to 48 hours is advisable. If an accident involves liability on your part and your insurance carrier anticipates a bodily injury...Read more »
To get into the other lane but a few seconds late I hear tires screen and see a motocycle sideway on the road with no driver on it. I pull of the road and call 911 but see some cops who can help and follow them back to the scene to give a statement . I eventually found out that the driver that fell... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week and time is of the essence in your matter. By this point, it's possible the police report might have materialized. You could consult with a local attorney to go over the facts of the accident, possibly with the...Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter nationwide, evidence is gathered during the discovery process. That could take several months and it involves attorneys conducting depositions and gathering records that include police reports,...Read more »
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