Auto ax, at fault paid, WC settled and now trying to settle underinsured motorist claim. I researched at it appears that ins just needs “reasonable” time to resolve. Do I need to request arbitration or allow “reasonable” time to pass and settle?
Make your arbitration demand when you have proof that you have exhausted the liability limits of the at fault driver. You can negotiate later. There are requirements to fulfull when making a demand for UIM arbitration. See Insurance Code section 11580.2, or hire an attorney. Given your injuries, I...Read more »
We asked hoa to enforce the rules 4 times, each time asking them not to disclose that a neighbor complained, would give me up as source. I spoke to the neighbors twice before about parking in fire line/street where signs are posted no parking, called the police once, the towing company twice, and... Read more »
I parked but didn't exchange info. Then I left and came back 10 minutes later, but the person was gone. I think they have the license plates, but they weren't hurt from what I could see, I was driving very slow. What should I do now? This happened Thursday October 10, two days ago. I live in Los... Read more »
I was a passenger, I got a herniated disk from my neck and some cuts on my arm, lawyer was referred from the insurance car owner. How can I get legal assistance on this case can I fire my actual lawyer and hire and other?
Suspension of your driver's license for any reason can be used by your employer to suspend or terminate you at any time. You are considered to be employed at will unless you have an agreement to the contrary with your employer. That means your employer can discipline and terminate you at any time...Read more »
If she is excluded, then your insurance won't cover the loss. If your wife has her own insurance, it might apply to your property damage, or you would need to make a claim with the drunk driver's insurance, if he has it. Your wife will also be able to pursue a claim for bodily injuries against...Read more »
Hard to understand how running a red light caused you to be hit from behind. Ordinarily, the driver of the car that strikes from behind is liable. Since you were uninsured, you are not able to recover damages for pain and suffering, unless the other driver was DUI. You can recover for your...Read more »
I was in an auto accident 7/5/19 by someone who has Alliance United car insurance. They have 798 reviews on Yelp with 1 star. They totaled my 06 Acura TL that had little damage to its front end. The guy policy limit was $5000 and my car value was $7,800. I decided not to sue and told them to send... Read more »
I didn't see the car coming and did a California stop at a 4 way and hit the ladies right side of her car. We filed a police incident and I went to the doctors (haven't seen the bill yet but I'm sure it's a lot) where i got crutches. I couldn't walk for a month. She got her car fixed and it was... Read more »
Notify your homeowners/renters insurance, or your parents homeowners/renters insurance. If you don't have that, and don't have money to pay the damages that you caused, then there isn't much of a dispute. You will get sued and, presumably, have a judgment entered against you. You still won't...Read more »
I bought the car insurance for my GF drives my car because I got very high premium and I did not know the insurance company excluded me on my car even I did not sign any exclusion form. Laterly I bought the Honda, I called the agent added it to my Policy for me to drive to work.... Read more »
I was in an accident. A disabled car was in the fast lane with no lights, no hazards, or flares and I hit the car going 65mph. The disabled car was in an accident earlier that day and was reported to highway patrol but was never towed out of the fast lane. My question is, who is responsible?
The state is not responsible. The owner of the car and the driver are responsible. Potentially the person who performed maintenance on the vehicle is that is the reason it was disabled. If none of that proves fruitful, I hope you carried UM insurance. Contact a PI attorney to discuss your...Read more »
If you were hit by another car, you didn't run the light that "cautiously."
However, cross traffic has a duty to yield if an emergency vehicle has at least one red lamp lit, and the siren is sounding. Vehicle Code section 21806. It sounds like the other driver violated that statute....Read more »
In addition chp faild to analyze the cause of the accident. The report clearly proves that party 1 is at fault. Mind you she also lied about how the accident occurred. There were witnesses there trying to give there statements and not one was on the report. At the end the chp found me at fault of... Read more »
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