my wife and I were in a car accident. I settle my case, My wife pass from a heart attack. my attorney had me sign an offer in my wife behalf. Two month later, I was informed by the Attorney that the Insurance Company with drew their offer. Prior to this my Attorney was telling me that they were... Read more »
You can't sign for your wife. Once she passed, the only remaining part of her claim was for her medical expenses and wage loss, if any. The insurer can withdraw its offer if there was no acceptance by her.
Or insurance the police gave him a pink ticket and he has court case, he said i grabbed the strearing wheel and tried to crash on purpose. How can you know if the court opens a case against his accusations
The penalty will depend to a great extent on the statute of conviction, and could range from little to no time in custody to several years in custody. For example, criminal negligence or reckless behavior could result in a relatively light sentence for someone with no criminal history (note that...Read more »
They offered a low "market price," according to CCC, although some compared cars they cited were way off mileage wise. I had a low mileage great mechanical condition car, since I bought and put in the labor and parts to get it there. I have all the documentation proving purchase of... Read more »
She has been very sneaky not communicating with direct family 3 sons .changed title of car in her name also the same day he was incubated she moved money from his savings to spend on anything. Fraudulent conviction in her past
My car was parked on the street. And a trailer hit my car. When I went to ask the company to view the cameras the told me it didn't work. So I had to open a claim with my ins and have been worried sick on how I was gonna come up with the deductible. Fast forward 3 days and I was finally able... Read more »
A driver's insurance should cover all the damage done by the collision, up to the policy limit amount. The company's refusal to pay may be related to a policy limit problem or a question of your proof of loss. You may need to sue, obtain a judgement, and then collect the proceeds.
Attorney was sent all the bills to handle and include as part of settlement package. They had all the info on medical bills so that I would not have to worry about coordination. Once we settled, I thought everything had been completed and paid. 3 yrs later, I got a medical bill saying after... Read more »
You should have an accounting or breakdown of the fees, costs, and medical expenses that were paid out of the settlement. If that document claims that a medical bill was paid, but it was not, you have a claim.
If your attorney left that medical bill off the accounting, then it wasn't...Read more »
To summarize - I am a CA resident. On a trip to Wisconsin, my rental car was hit (while parked and unoccupied) by a driver for Loomis Armored. The company admitted fault and said they would reimburse the rental car company. I do not have collision insurance or insurance with the rental car company.... Read more »
the street. However, my neighbor’s truck was parked illegally, with the front third of his vehicle blocking his own driveway. He is claiming that I am solely at fault; while I am claiming that he is at least partially at fault for parking illegally. Am I right, or is he?
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 »
My car was stolen early Saturday morning, my keys were in the car, I was at a friend's house with two other people my wife was home the whole night, we have full coverage responsible and non responsible full coverage insurance, the car is completely paid off and only worth a couple thousand... Read more »
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