A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general premise in such finance plans, the debtor (you in this case) usually remains liable for continuing to make monthly payments. In most jurisdictions, one possibility is that they could repossess the...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a month. One possibility is that the facility had entered into a different type of agreement with the other person than they did with you. Another possibility is that the program was good for a set period of time - your program...Read more »
Driver was not the registered owner. A claim was then filed against her insurance company after the accident. She provided her insurance information to me. Her insurance declined the claim. The Insurance do not provide liability coverage for any person for that person's liability arising... Read more »
A Texas attorney should advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with a Texas attorney with time looming, you could check with the judge's clerk on your case. Based on your description, it sounds like a note of issue has been filed and that you may be...Read more »
I was involved in my car accident. Other truck driver with trailer was on phone and came in front of my car suddenly without any flasher or other sign/indicator. It has resulted more damage to my car. Other truck trailer got minor damage. Driver was fine, no visual injury. Insurance parties had... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and time is of the essence in your response to the summons and complaint. I hope you are okay. Without knowing more details, as a general premise, you should contact your insurance carrier and turn over all...Read more »
But they are not offering us what we feel is right. If we take their offer we will still have to come up with $200 to pay off our loan. We feel that they should at least pay off the old car and give us enough for a down payment on another car. Do we have any recourse here?
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unfortunately, this is a common situation in total loss declarations. A local attorney might be able to identify additional options under state law. But as a general premise applied in these settings nationwide,...Read more »
Your insurance company is paying because they have notice of a valid claim and you probably have full coverage. Therefore, they have a contractual duty to pay the claim. As for the other person‘s insurance company, that is not your insurance policy. They don’t owe you the same duties and...Read more »
My daughter got in an accident Saturday night. My daughter has no license and the vehicle has no insurance. It was the other drivers fault, she was under the influence of alcohol which made her pass up the red light. She said she will gladly take care of the costs and to just let her know how much... Read more »
I hate to be the one to break the news to you, but you will probably never hear from that person again. So, for your own peace of mind, stop trying to contact her. Instead, you should be contacting as an attorney. An attorney can represent your daughter for the accident and go after the responsible...Read more »
Your best bet is to consult with an attorney. Handling cases like this by yourself can have dire consequences. Additionally, pedestrian accidents are trickier than you think. Unlike the common understanding, insurance companies don’t necessarily view the pedestrian as totally innocent. That’s...Read more »
I was in car accident. My lawyer said we could only file for $30K insurance policy. I paid out $7K in medical, my medical insurance paid out over $45K. My medical insurance sent a letter asking for payment if a settlement was made. Defendants insurance company didnt make check out to just me and... Read more »
In short, your health insurance may drop you for any number of reasons, regardless of how you treat this subrogation interest. But, depending on what state you are in, your attorney may be correct. If you have not been “made whole” in the settlement, you do not have to pay back some or all of...Read more »
I was in a three car collision, I being the third car. I was not under the influence of any substances. Police were called and statements were taken, no citations were given. 6 days later I receive a citation in the mail for following too closely, but the date and time where wrong. It was written... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter in such cases, what usually happens is that your employer, the United States Postal Service, covers your workers' comp type benefits under the OWCP. The postal employee can also pursue a...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best but your question remains open for a week. It's possible, generally on smaller sized claims. On complex claims with multiple liens and third-party actions, it doesn't happen much - things are generally handled more formally and rigidly with stricter...Read more »
i was issued a citation for drug paraphernalia but they said it wouldn’t be on my record. they hit the rear right, i was turning right and they somehow went over the right shoulder as i was turning and he hit me.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you were injured, you could contact a personal injury attorney to discuss further. As for the citation, you should speak with a Texas criminal defense attorney. Good luck
My bf was involved in a car accident two years ago. It was his fault. No injuries to either party. The other driver actually cancelled his police call, but we called them anyways. The insurance paid for the car. He was sued by them 6 months ago right before everything closed down . From what I have... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter in most any jurisdiction, the answer is generally yes. Such facilities, as a policy, do not suspend accrual of storage fees on Saturdays and Sundays. A Texas attorney could advise more...Read more »
A Texas attorney could best advise on this, but your post remains open for three weeks. It sounds like you might be talking about a judgment. Sixteen years is beyond the normal statute of limitations for litigation of an accident in virtually any jurisdiction. The legitimacy of the interest charges...Read more »
Afford a lawyer.. I’m a single mom and this guy hit my car last year on March 23, 2019.. he has no insurance and the police gave him 3 tickets and my car wasn’t even two years old it was new was at total loss... my insurance paid some for the car and I had a gap to cover paying the car and... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise you best, but your post remains open for four days - and the wording of your post suggests you are losing valuable time because you aren't clear on how attorneys handle car accident cases. This is because you say, "I cannot afford a lawyer." Attorneys...Read more »
However, my insurance, a CPI won’t cover anything on her car so I agreed to pay her out of hand. She refused to make a police report but lets say she changes her mind. Will it be considered a hit and run although we exchanged numbers and she let me go.
A Texas attorney could best handle your question, but you await an answer for four weeks. No one can say what authorities would do if presented by a convincing story by her. But even if she did, you have your version of events, and someone who committed a hit-and-run wouldn't be likely to...Read more »
but there was a damage for the both cars.i never had a ticket in my Entire driving history in the US.Is there any way that I can make this citation suspended without penalty(not in history)this was my first ticket in 5year driving history?
This is something a Texas attorney could advise best on, but your post remains open for three weeks. Contact a traffic ticket attorney in Texas - there is a section here on that. Attorneys in that section have the most insight about defending such charges, points, cost-effectiveness, etc....Read more »
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