First, you need to get several estimates do that you can get the highest value possible to pay off your car and not have a shortfall. Next, if you had any injuries, you need to consult a pi lawyer about your damages. Finally, you may get an injury settlement that will help you get a new car.
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Were you injured? I hope you were not, but if you were, you might still have certain rights in terms of economic damages. Nationwide, if a driver or passenger is injured in a vehicle without insurance coverage,...Read more »
In feb of 2021, I had to go to the store because I had no food at home, and I saw other people drive on the rose so I thought it was safe to go out, and on the way back I slid off the road and was in a self accident with nobody else involved, when somebody showed up to help me the called 911 and... Read more »
it was raining the hill was wet i barely side swipped vehicle and i flipped 3 times landing on my top i didnt know the car had no insurance it was a friends but it happened in july of 2018 its now aug of 2022 isnt there a time limit she had to sue me to begin with
Depends. Generally, suit can be filed on an auto accident case in Kentucky within 2 years from the date of the accident or within 2 years of the last PIP payment, whichever is later. So, depending on the date of the last PIP payment to her for her injuries, she may or may not be able to bri g the...Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. However, no attorney here could really answer this question. Attorneys who handle such cases generally work on a contingency basis. One option is to reach out to law firms to try to set up a free initial consult...Read more »
Obviously it is never advisable that you settle your case without a lawyer. The amount of settlement could depend on a number of factors including the permanency of the injury, the loss of income, past present and future pain and suffering, your recovery time, your expenses and many more factors....Read more »
I noticed that they were standing outside of their car talking, so I decided to wait for them to get in their car and leave, to be safe. I watched them pull out, I then adjusted my mirrors to see if I could see them and I looked out the back window and didn't see them so I pulled out. She said... Read more »
Yes in KY the statute of limitations for personal injury stemming from an auto accident is 2 years from the date of the accident or the last pip payment. Pip stands for kentucky’s No fault personal injury protection. The pip is what pays your medical bills up to a specified amount. The best...Read more »
Exclusive of PIP means they will repay and be responsible for paying back the PIP to your insurance company pip stands for personal injury protection it is Ky no fault coverage on your own insurance that pay for your medical bills regardless of who is at fault and usually first $10,000.00 but could...Read more »
I took my son to get a hotel room. He pays and then I then drive him around to his room. Pulling up my foot slipped on the breaks and I hit a column. My car insurance will cover the column. I leave. The hotel ends up making my son leave before he even gets in his room. They then kept all the money... Read more »
The warrant and/or citation could still come. They could still be investigating. Hopefully, the prosecutor doesn’t see your post since you just admitted to driving under the influence in it. Might be a good idea to take it down before anyone else sees it.
The cop said i was at fault but I have witnesses stating it was not. I had a arrow in the left lane and the other driver blew through the red light and also didn't have her headlights on at 8:30 p.m. I didn't see her when I started to turn and she hit me.
Several options may be available to you. A. Try to locate the insurance on the guy that hit you, B. Check your own coverage for uninsured motorist coverage. I say definitely worth exploring if you are injured. Speak with a lawyer.
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