A vehicle in my name was involved in an accident without me being notified, the car was being kept at a friend's house for storage as I did not have room at my residence. The insurance had lapsed without me knowing about it they never contacted me for declined payment. I settled with the... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general possibility, states do maintain databases of motor vehicle damages following accidents, with various reporting thresholds. Without knowing more about the subrogation department's standard...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. It isn't fully clear what happened here, but if your injury took place within the course of employment, you might want to reach out to workers' comp attorneys. There could possibly be third-party actions if...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney should advise here, but your post remains open for five days. I hope your daughter is okay. You may be losing time waiting for a response in this category. Instead of a car accident attorney, you may need guidance from attorneys in the DUI/DWI category. You could repost in...Read more »
I backed into a little tow cart with my car and I did involve my car insurance to make a claim but I want them to cancel my policy and let me pay out pocket for the property damages: so I was wondering how I should go about doing that?
I'm shopping around for Auto Insurance in PA; considering Progressive. I also like to ride bike. Hopefully, I'd never need it, but if a motorist injures me while I'm riding bike and they are at fault, would I be covered by Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage... Read more »
Short answer yes. Uninsured underinsured covers you if the driver running into you has no insurance or too little. If you have more than one car in your household get "stacking" --the best deal in car nsurance. It multiplies the coverage you had for UM/UIM by the number of cars, and...Read more »
I received a Court of Common Pleas Civil Cover Sheet today with the complaint from attorney attached. (Arbitration Matter) for my car causing damage to a building on Aug 13 2018. Paperwork is stamped Aug 11 2020. I received this notice from a sheriff today. I know they are within the 2 year statue... Read more »
This is what you pay car insurance for. Notify the adjuster of the company who insured you back then. Get their address, fax, claim number; fax them a copy and send them a hard copy, certified return receipt. They should give you an attorney and they will file what are called preliminary...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. In SOME (I can't speak for Pennsylvania) jurisdictions, people who are uninsured could sometimes still have remedies for money damages, but they could be precluded from including pain and suffering in their...Read more »
Not sure of your question. If you didn't have one, you can be ticketed for that even if you were not at fault. However if you were not at fault and injured, you need to protect yourself and your access to care by seeing a doctor--the medical benefits in a wreck last for 4 years plus, no...Read more »
Please see my answer to the last question. Assuming she has no coverage, mention that to the police. They will cite her, and that may, miraculously, cause her to produce the "oh, I forgot about this...is this what you mean?" policy she didn't want to involve in her misadventure....Read more »
My Insurance is going to contact her insurance, but they told me that they have to find if She has coverage. I’m using my insurance, but I have a deductible of $500, can I make her pay everything that I spent? The police report shows that is her fault, what can I do if She doesn’t have coverage?
A: Depends whether what you spend is legally recoverable. You definitely would be entitled to your deductible. In almost all instances, you are entitled to towing from accident scene to your house and/or repair shop. You are...Read more »
This will be a soft glow not nearly as bright as any headlamp or a flashlight even. I've read that in California they do not allow underglow (which is a type of lamp) to be red or blue. I also think if I read correctly that Pennsylvania doesn't allow lamps period, however I have read... Read more »
Don't see why not. Ask the police--they're the one's you'll deal with. (You can't take their word as gospel but I didn't find anything saying you couldn't. Note however that many glow in the dark paints do not adhere well to cars.
It happens at 4:03. The sign says no left turn from 4pm to 6pm . He gave me his document than he made a police report alone . And gave them my pate number and phone .I have a video camera . The accident happens at Kelly drive route I tried to avoid him . I need explaination please and thank you
The issue is you rear ended him. Unless you have a good reason why you didn't see him slow or stop, you don't have a right to assume that he is moving if his brake lights are on. You have to maintain an assured clear distance, which means as he was slowing you have to slow. I haven't...Read more »
11/2020, son was involved in minor parking lot auto accident- backing out of a parking space in a corner lot when a man driving a company truck cut through the lot to avoid a traffic light causing a minor collision. No damage to either vehicle because my son was in reverse and barely moving. Guy... Read more »
You (and your insurance company) are responsible for damages caused in the collision only if you (in this case your son) was at fault in the collision. Additionally, the person claiming damages has the burden of proof of more likely than not to show that the damages he asserts were caused by the...Read more »
More details are needed and I wish you had spoken and/or hired an attorney about this already, however what's done is done and hopefully you have not lost any rights-----you need to speak to an injury/accident lawyer in your area and discuss your options----use the Find a Lawyer tab and search...Read more »
You are correct, it does not seem right. You should search for a personal injury/accident lawyer in your area to discuss this further, especially, if you have physical injuries. Most lawyers in this field will provide a free initial consultation---contact a few of them, discuss your matter, and...Read more »
If you received a citation for that section, you should consider contacting an attorney to discuss your case more in depth. That particular section carries 3 points. Most of us on here will provide free consultations, you just need to reach out.
What kind of claim are you trying to pursue? If the claim is for negligence, i.e. for damage to a vehicle, property, or for personal injury to your person, you have two years from the date of the incident to either settle your case or to file suit against the responsible party.
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